Bengaluru Police are looking for a man who opened a Facebook account in the name of an IPS officer to harass a woman

West Bengaluru Division Cyber ​​Crime Police are looking for a man who opened a Facebook account in the name of an IPS officer to harass a woman

West Bengaluru Division Cyber ​​Crime Police are looking for a man who opened a Facebook account in the name of an IPS officer to harass a woman

The West Bengaluru Division Cyber ​​Crime Police are looking for a man who opened a Facebook account in the name of an IPS officer to harass a woman.

Based on a complaint from the victim’s husband, Manjunath C., police took up a case on Monday, charging the accused with identity theft (Section 66C of the Computer Law).

The accused, identified as Prashanth, was a colleague of the complainant’s wife and allegedly started harassing her with late calls and text messages from different mobile numbers. The accused even published private photos of the victim on his Facebook, Instagram and Telegram accounts.

Recently, the accused opened a Facebook account in the name of former DCP West Division, Sanjeev Patil, and sent a friend request to the victim, police said.

Recently, BBMP Chief Tushar Giri Nath filed a complaint with the Central Cybercrime Division Police against strangers who misused his picture on WhatsApp to send messages to his colleagues in search of Amazon gift cards.

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