The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on Wednesday, July 26, 2017, returned a parcel containing a camcorder to the Federal Office of Criminal Investigation, Germany, otherwise known as BKA, for onward delivery to a German, David Muehling.
The Canon E0S C100 camcorder was returned to the BKA through its representative in Lagos, Damilola Adewale, by the Head of Operations, EFCC Lagos zonal office, Garba Dugum.
The Commission recovered the parcel, following a petition received from the BKA on July 20, 2017.
The BKA had notified the Commission about the encounter of a German businessman, David Muehling, who was allegedly duped by a Nigerian simply identified as Michael.
Michael had allegedly sent an email to Muehling, requesting to buy the Camcorder.
Upon receipt of a scanned cheque issued by Micheal for payment, Muehling was said to have sent the Camcorder, through the Nigeria Postal Service, NIPOST, to Michael.
However, the cheque was not honoured when presented by Muehling at the bank.