Women send couriers frequently but never show up at home, which was originally a fake train ticket store.

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 Women send couriers frequently but never show up at home, which was originally a fake train ticket store.


Spring Festival Railway tickets will be pre-sold on December 23, that is, next Sunday, and some ticket vendors are already ready to grab one. On December 10, the Wuhan Public Security Bureau of Wuhan Railway Public Security Bureau launched a tracing campaign against ticket traffickers. On the one hand, it inquired whether passengers bought high-priced train tickets on the spot. On the other hand, it closely guarded against Internet inversion and grasped the trend of ticket traffickers in advance.

On the same day, the police in the network patrol, found that someone sold fake train tickets online. Further investigation revealed that the female suspect selling fake train tickets, surnamed Cai, 49 years old, is from Xiantao, Hubei Province. She currently lives in a district of Panlongcheng, Huangpi District.

Police immediately investigated Cai Mous whereabouts and found that Cai Mou seldom went out at ordinary times, but frequently sent express packages. What is more surprising is that Cai Mou does not meet the courier every time he sends a courier. Instead, he puts the courier in the shoe cabinet outside his door and calls the courier to let the courier take it from the shoe cabinet on his own. There must be some faults in this.

At 8 pm on the 11th, Cai opened the door, carried six express packages, and then put them into the shoe cabinet one by one. The police waiting in the corridor immediately appeared and controlled Cai Mou. From the six express bags she was going to send, 19 false train tickets were seized. Subsequently, the police seized more than 40 fake train tickets, more than 25,000 semi-fake train tickets, and complete sets of hypothetical equipment such as carbon belt printers, computers and ticket clippers from their homes. At present, Cai Mou has been detained in accordance with the law, and the case is being further processed. Railway police said that because of the real-name system of train tickets, these fake train tickets are usually bought for reimbursement. They may also be mixed with real train tickets, or they may be used by ticket vendors for fraud. Invite the vast number of passengers to buy tickets through regular ticket purchasing channels to avoid unnecessary troubles for their travel. Once found cheated, they should immediately call the police for help. At the same time, we appeal to the general public to actively report the fake train tickets. The source of this article is Wang Lishan_NBJS7182, responsible editor of Jingchu Net-Chutian Metropolitan Daily.

At 8 pm on the 11th, Cai opened the door, carried six express packages, and then put them into the shoe cabinet one by one. The police waiting in the corridor immediately appeared and controlled Cai Mou. From the six express bags she was going to send, 19 false train tickets were seized. Subsequently, the police seized more than 40 fake train tickets, more than 25,000 semi-fake train tickets, and complete sets of hypothetical equipment such as carbon belt printers, computers and ticket clippers from their homes.

At present, Cai Mou has been detained in accordance with the law, and the case is being further processed.

Railway police said that because of the real-name system of train tickets, these fake train tickets are usually bought for reimbursement. They may also be mixed with real train tickets, or they may be used by ticket vendors for fraud. Invite the vast number of passengers to buy tickets through regular ticket purchasing channels to avoid unnecessary troubles for their travel. Once found cheated, they should immediately call the police for help. At the same time, it calls on the general public to actively report the fake train tickets.