Kolkata: One of the three Romanians, who was arrested in Chandigarh, is found to be involved in the ATM fraud case that took place in Kolkata.It may be recalled that Chandigarh police had arrested three persons including one 37-year-old Miclea Lecian Lonut a few days ago in connection with a separate ATM fraud case.Officers of the Special Investigation Team (SIT) that was formed to probe into the incident received information about the arrest of the three persons. Later, they found that one of them is also involved in the ATM fraud cases that took place in Kolkata. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeA team comprising police officers of the SIT has left for Chandigarh in this connection. It may be recalled that details of several bank account holders were collected by installing skimming machines at different ATM counters across the city.They used to prepare cloned cards using the collected details, which were later used to withdraw cash from ATMs in Delhi.Sources said the investigating officers found his photographs while going through footages of the CCTVs installed at the ATMs in Delhi. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedHe was found withdrawing cash from an ATM in Delhi and the investigating officers suspect that he had withdrawn money using a cloned card.The police are now going to record his statement in this connection. They would try to know about his connection with those arrested in Kolkata in connection with the ATM fraud. It is suspected that they are from the same gang and operate in small groups in different parts of the country. Cops are trying to find out about the counterparts in other parts of the country. Meanwhile, four persons have been arrested in connection with a case in which they used to replace new expensive mobile phones with cheaper ones before delivering them to actual owners.A 25-year-old youth, Subho Acharya, who is a resident of Shyampukur, and Mahesh Kumar Hela (23), a resident of Gariahat, were arrested with two others in this connection.They used work in a goods delivery company. Investigation revealed that they used to replace the original expensive mobile phones from sealed packets with cheaper ones.A few days ago, a complaint was lodged with Kasba police station in this connection by the company where the duo worked. It was alleged that their activity led to a loss of Rs 2,76,080 for the company.