Hyderabad Apollo Pharma fake portal case: Prime accused wanted by Interpol?

Adeyemi Omotoyo Julis, the Nigerian who created a fake website of Apollo Pharmacy to dupe public, is reportedly wanted by several intelligence agencies.

Published: 06th December 2017 01:39 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th December 2017 10:54 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

HYDERABAD: Adeyemi Omotoyo Julis, the Nigerian who created a fake website of Apollo Pharmacy to dupe public, is reportedly wanted by several intelligence agencies. A letter recovered from his email claimed the Interpol was searching for him and his friends in African countries and alerted him to move to a new hideout. On Monday, the cyber crime police of Hyderabad arrested Adeyemi (30) and his girlfriend Ayobe Happiness (29), from their hideout in Jubilee hills.

They  operated from the place, taking orders for drugs, including narcotic substances, from across the globe and duped the public. The accused was planning to leave for Delhi on Monday.

 The police officer said that two more persons, who were involved in the crime, were still at large. By using the bank account of a city-based couple, the Nigerians made transactions. “It is being investigated to find out if he  really supplied drugs or just he duped customers,” he said.

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