Man in court over credit card offences
A Bulgarian man appeared in court yesterday charged with the theft of credit card details and a string of related offences.
Danail Damov, 36, faces two charges of having equipment to print fake credit and debit cards and also with damaging Bank of Butterfield cash machines at Collector’s Hill, Smith’s, and in Paget Plaza.
It is alleged the Collector’s Hill ATM was tampered with on September 4 last year, while the Paget machine was damaged a few weeks later on October 13.
Mr Damov was also charged with sending credit or debit card details abroad and having a drill for the purposes of committing an offence.
He did not enter a plea as the matter must be heard in Supreme Court.
Senior magistrate Juan Wolffe ruled that Mr Damov must be remanded in custody until theNovember 1 arraignments session.
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