UK Police Arrest Nigerian For Trying To Hack Dead Engineer’s Bank Accounts

A Nigerian man has been arrested on suspicion of trying to get into the bank accounts of a British engineer murdered in the Alps alongside family members.


Abiodun David John, 33, is said to have tried to access money belonging to Saad Al-Hilli, 50, who was shot dead close to Lake Annecy, in eastern France, on September 5.

The wife and mother-in-law of Mr Al-Hilli, of Claygate, Surrey, died alongside side him, while a French cyclist was gunned down nearby.

Now it is claimed that John tried to access Mr Al-Hilli’s Royal Bank of Scotland and HSBC accounts within a few days of the quadruple murders. John’s arrest by Greater Manchester Police in Salford followed a request by Annecy magistrates and Surrey Police, who are leading the hunt for the killer.

A raid on his flat yielded numerous mobile phones and documents, said an investigating source.

John, in turn, insists he is innocent, and told the Manchester Evening News: ‘I believe that people have been tapping into my phone and accessing my internet.

‘When the police came into my house I did not know what they were talking about. They were talking about a dead man and said that I did it – took some money from a dead man’s account.

Police search the Annecy scene of the murders of Saad Al-Hilli, his wife Ikbal, mother-in-law Suhalia and a cyclist.Continue reading

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Sources: UKMail

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