At 5:40 on June 26th, Tongzhou police received a call from the owner, Mr. Jiang, claiming that he had stolen $8000 from WeChat wallet and bank card.
Mr. Jiang said he had borrowed 200 yuan from his neighbor Zhang. On the evening of June 23rd, Zhang proposed to return the arrears by way of WeChat transfer. Because he did not know how to operate, Zhang took the initiative to guide the operation, then under Zhang's command, he bound the bank card on WeChat and set up the payment password, then returned the 200 yuan arrears.
On the second night, Zhang turned to his cell phone and called him. In June 26th, when using WeChat, he unintentionally found that the WeChat wallet was 1000 yuan less, and then immediately looked at the transaction records, and found that the WeChat wallet and the bank Cari was transferred to Zhang in a total of 8000 yuan and five times. Zhang didn't answer his phone. Mr. Jiang called the police.
According to the clues provided by Mr. Jiang, the police decided to do their family's work first after finding Zhang's fruit many times, hoping that his family could persuade Zhang to voluntarily surrender himself. The police worked patiently, and in the morning of July 2nd, Zhang came to the police station of Xu Xin Zhuang to surrender.
Zhang is now under criminal detention by the Tongzhou police on suspicion of theft, and the case is under further work.
Police tips: with the popularity of the third party payment tools, mobile phones have gradually become the "wallet" of daily consumption payments. But if the public fails to protect the password, the suspects will be able to take advantage of it. The general public must pay attention to password protection when using Internet payment tools.