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Mainlander nabbed for running fake base stations: police

2017-10-27 08:05     Comment:1

The Judiciary Police (PJ) arrested a man from the mainland yesterday for operating three fake base stations in a flat near the Barrier Gate border checkpoint, PJ spokesman Tam Weng Keong said during a special press conference yesterday.

Tam identified the suspect as a 28-year-old surnamed Luo, who told the police that he was a farmer.

A fake base station is telecom equipment which sends out a signal, disconnecting mobile phone users in an area from their legitimate base stations and who then receive messages from the bogus one instead.


Two Judiciary Police (PJ) officers escort the hooded fake base station suspect to a PJ vehicle near the Barrier Gate border checkpoint yesterday, while two other PJ officers carry items seized in the suspect’s flat. Photo: Iong Tat Choi

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