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Police Arrest Two (More) Bulgarians for ATM Skimming in Bali

Police in Bali on Monday, February 10, 2020, added to more Bulgarian criminals to the growing and long list of international criminals arrested for skimming data from ATMs in Bali. 


The latest arrest took place on February 10, 2020, at an ATM on Jalan Sunset Road in Seminyak. 


As reported by NusaBali, Bali Police arrested Bulgarians Teodor Stapanov Petrov and Kamen Sevdalinov at 11:00 pm during a police stakeout. The arrest of Teodor Stepanov took place as he stepped out of an ATM and his accomplice, Kamen Sevdalinov, while he sat a short distance away in a parked car. 


According to police, the two men who were staying on Jalan Persada II No. 3 in Kerobokan, North Kuta. When arresting the men, police seized cash in the amount of Rp. 116.46 million, Euro 12,500, a laptop computer, 28 blank bank cards, and instruments for storing and collecting data of bank customers. 


Police caught the two Bulgarians after receiving reports from the public that data skimmers, a flash disk drive, and a hidden camera operating on the ATM.


The two will face charges under the Indonesian law governing information and electronic transactions with a maximum penalty of 8 years in prison.


The arrest of Petrov and Sevadilnov takes place less than one month after the arrest on January 17, 2020, of another Bulgarian pair - Metodi Angelov Nikolov (39) and Yanko Naydenov Borisov (33) caught in the act of skimming an ATM in Canggu, North Bali.


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