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Thursday, 25 June 2020

Dubai Police Release Video Showing How Hushpuppi And Others Were Arrested (Video)

   Dubai police release video showing how Hushpuppi and others were arrested in an operation dubbed Fox Hunt 2
Dubai Police has released a video of how Hushpuppi, Mr Woodberry and their cybercrime gang were arrested in the United Arab Emirates state.

The video shows the police trailing Raymond Igbalodely Abbas, fondly called Hushpuppi, to his hotel at night before arresting him. 

His arrest came after months of investigation. The Dubai Police monitored Hushpuppi, Mr Woodberry and their squad for 4 months, including all their social media activities and the extravagant lifestyle they displayed there.

On the night of their arrest, the police tracked them to 6 different locations before capturing them. 
Dubai police release video showing how Hushpuppi and others were arrested in an operation dubbed Fox Hunt 2
The entire operation was dubbed Fox Hunt 2. 

The Dubai police accused Hushpuppi and his cybercrime squad of defrauding over 1, 926,400 victims of  $435.6 million. 

They explained that Hushpuppi's cybercrime gang hack corporate emails and clone websites to redirect payments to their own accounts.

The video released by the Dubai police has made Hushpuppi and Dubai Police the number 1 and number 2 most trending topics amongst Nigerians on Twitter.
Dubai police release video showing how Hushpuppi and others were arrested in an operation dubbed Fox Hunt 2

The Commander-in-Chief Abdullah Khalifa Al Marri in a statement said; 

“We seized more than Dh150 million in cash from them and confiscated 13 luxury cars worth Dh25 million,” Dubai police chief, Jamal Salem Al Jallaf told the city’s major daily.”

“A video circulated online by Dubai authorities said officers confiscated 21 computers, 47 mobile phones, 15 memory sticks and five hard disks containing 119,580 in alleged fraud files.”
“A total of 1,926,400 victims were said to have been targeted by the syndicate in a scheme that spanned several months.”

“13 luxury cars estimated to be worth over 25 million dirhams (N2.6 billion) were also seized from the gang.”

Watch the video of the arrest below.

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