Fraud soars amidst rising inflation in Turkey – Last Minute Türkiye News

Police in Adana, Turkey have dismantled a criminal network responsible for changing the chassis numbers on stolen or confiscated cars and putting them on the market as scrap vehicles. The group, believed to have been led by a farmer in Tarsus district, Mersin, altered chassis numbers to disguise their origins before selling them on across the country. After an operation led by police in Adana, Şanlıurfa, Mardin, Konya, Hatay and Mersin, 24 suspects, including the alleged ringleader, were detained and 71 cars with a market value of around TRY30m were seized. Six suspects were subsequently remanded in custody, one of whom was MA, while another 12 suspects were released on judicial control.



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