Cyber-crime police are searching for a person who started a fake Facebook account in the name of the Assistant Commissioner of Police and tried to extort money.
Julius Caesar is the Assistant Commissioner of Goods in Tondiarpet Chennai. His companions and relatives reached him on his mobile and asked, “What happened to you? Are you in poor wellbeing? Are you living in poverty and require any financial help.” Confused by this, Julius Caesar replied that he was fine which he had no deficiencies. They said that you just have mentioned on your Facebook page.
Later, he found out that someone in his name had started a fake account and was involved in a similar scam. Subsequently, with the help of cybercrime police, the fake account was disabled. Following this, the cybercrime police are investigating the persons who tried to extort money in the name of the Assistant Commissioner.
It has now been revealed that some people have been involved in trying to extort money through Facebook, using pictures of more than 50 police officers like Julius Caesar.
According to cybercrime police, mysterious persons from Jharkhand are involved in such scams.