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Vizag Police: Vizag police seek help from Interpol, Egmont for Cambodia cybercrime case | Visakhapatnam News | #cybercrime | #computerhacker


Visakhapatnam: Vizag police have identified five more agents who too were involved in luring and sending tech-savvy youngsters from the region to Cambodia where they were forced to work in cybercrime syndicates. City police earlier arrested three local agents, who are currently in custody and are being questioned.Following the rescue and return of around 25 job fraud victims from Cambodia on Friday, police have got more details on how the youngsters were forced into working for cybercrime syndicates in the Southeast Asian country, and have now decided to approach international agencies Interpol and Egmont under the Mutual Legal Assistance Treaty (MLAT) to get to the root of the whole thing. As the issue involves human trafficking and inter-country crime, city police may also visit Cambodia if the need arises, a senior police official involved in the investigation said, adding that they have already alerted the National Investigation Agency (NIA), Enforcement Directorate (ED), and Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), as most of the cybercrime syndicates in Cambodia are said to be run by Chinese nationals.

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