When she lent her mobile phone to a stranger to make a call, a woman from Germering had her debit card stolen. (Symbolic image) © Hauke-Christian Dittrich/dpa
In a trick theft, a woman from Germering had her debit card stolen. She had previously borrowed her cell phone at the request of a strange woman to make phone calls.
Germering - On a supermarket square in Germering, a 48-year-old was the victim of a trick scam. On Saturday, May 27, at around 15:35 p.m., the woman from Germering was approached by a strange woman asking if she could use her phone.
The 48-year-old agreed. According to the police, the previously unknown woman then pretended to be on the phone. She then returned the mobile phone to the woman from Germering. However, the woman noticed that the debit card in the phone case was missing. The thief then left unrecognized.
According to the police, the debit card was immediately blocked. So far, there has been no financial loss. Witnesses are asked to contact the Germering police on (089) 89 41 57 0.
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