The police at Lion Building Division, Campbell Street, Lagos Island, western Nigeria, have arrested a 31-year old graduate, Kehinde Lateef who served his one year internship with the Sterling Bank Plc, Lagos Island, for allegedly fraudulently withdrawing the sum of N53.6 million naira from the accounts of two customers of the bank.
Police alleged that the suspect conspired with three others now at large to hack into the system of the bank a few days after he completed his one year service with the bank and withdrew the sum of N49.1m from one account and N4.5m from another account and escaped.
Lateef was arrested after the management of the bank reported the stolen money to the police at Lion Building Division.
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