Banker uses bicycle to stop ATM fraudster

An Australian banker has helped catch an ATM fraudster who is believed to be involved in a global syndicate using his push bike.

An Australian banker has helped catch an ATM fraudster who is believed to be involved in a global syndicate using his push bike.

The banker used his push bike to ride to an area where suspicious activity was being recorded on a bank account.

Another member of staff supplied the keen pedal-pusher with up-to-date information on when and where the transactions were taking place.

Police were then called to the scene where the criminal tried to flee before eventually being caught.

He was arrested and charge with 39 different counts of criminal behavior.

Police say the criminal has been involved in an international fraud syndicate for some time.