Police Officers Who did Frauded of 83 Rental Cars has Also Falsified the Documents
Riau Islands Regional Police (Polda) continue to investigate cases of fraud and embezzlement of rental cars involving a police officer.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - Riau Islands Regional Police (Polda) continue to investigate cases of fraud and embezzlement of rental cars involving a police officer at Bintan Police Station, Iptu HA.
The perpetrators who allegedly embezzled 83 units of the car allegedly also falsified vehicle documents.
The falsification of documents is carried out to facilitate the process of buying and selling vehicles that will be sold by the offender to prospective buyers.
The Director of the Criminal Investigation of the Riau Islands Police, Kombes Arie Dharmanto, said that vehicles which had been sold by Iptu HA would later be made of vehicle documents.
But the vehicle documents made by the perpetrators are fake documents.
"The documents are fake, and the one who made it was the perpetrators, HA itself," Arie said when contacted on Wednesday (5/20/2020).
In addition to making fake documents, Iptu HA also acts as marketing.
According to Arie, Iptu HA offers cars from leasing or showrooms to prospective buyers who are looking for vehicles.
Arie said, this action was not carried out by HA alone.
Because, there are several more people who have helped HA in embezzlement and fraud of this car.
Some of the people who helped were also secured by the police.
"In addition to HA, there are also three other suspects who were secured. These three suspects are the HA network in carrying out fraud and embezzlement of cars up to 83 units, "Arie said. (*)
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