Three people have been arrested for cheating a hotel in Ayia Napa

Hotel Deception, Nea Famagusta, ARRESTS

Police are investigating a case of securing credit with false representations, illegal processing of personal data and conspiracy to commit a crime against three persons, aged 34, 35 and 40, who were arrested yesterday, on the basis of warrants, and were released on bail. .
The case was reported to the Police last Monday, June 24, by the Hotel Manager in the province of Famagusta.

According to the information under investigation, last Friday night, June 21, the 34-year-old, 35-year-old and 40-year-old arrived at a hotel in Ayia Napa, where they had booked two rooms for accommodation from 21 to 26 June. The reservation was made earlier the same day and for the payment of the accommodation expenses of the three suspects, a specific bank credit card number was declared during the reservation.

On Monday, June 24, the hotel proceeded with the payment of the accommodation expenses of the three suspects, charging the specific credit card with the amount of 2 thousand, 220 euros, however later the same day, the hotel was informed by a transaction company through credit card that the transaction was not accepted, as it is a fraud.

Following the complaint to the Police, last Monday, Arrest warrants were secured against the three suspects.

At around 9.45 am yesterday, Tuesday, members of the Police proceeded to arrest the 34-year-old, while later, yesterday afternoon, they proceeded to arrest the other two suspects.

The three suspects were brought today before the District Court of Famagusta, which approved the request of the Police and issued arrest warrants against them for two days, for the purpose of investigating the case.
The 34-year-old is also being investigated for assaulting a police officer, after his arrest yesterday, he resisted refusing to be driven in a police vehicle, resulting in a member of the Police suffering, according to a medical diagnosis, abrasions on his right arm and body.

TAE Famagusta continues the exams.

Source: KYPE