A man has been charged over multiple fraud offences in the Sydney Metropolitan area – including Cabramatta – where skimming devices were allegedly installed on cash machines.
In November 2017, police identified a 38-year-old man as a suspect for a number of frauds committed in the Camden, Cabramatta and Bankstown areas.
The frauds allegedly involved the use of a skimming device installed at ATMs.
On Wednesday, November 22, the man was charged with 14 counts of obtaining a financial advantage and knowingly dealing with proceeds of crime.
Investigating police have since discovered further similar offences, where it is alleged the man installed skimming devices at ATMs at various locations in the Sydney Metropolitan area, including at a financial institution on Willoughby Road, Crows Nest.
Today, (Tuesday, December 5), the man, was charged with more offences including 34 counts of dishonestly obtaining financial advantage.
He is bail refused to appear at Campbelltown Local Court tomorrow (Wednesday, December 6).