According to the police report obtained by the source, a school community in Manor, Texas, was captured in a phishing email scam that worth $2.3 million in losses within two months.
The authority follows powerful leads
According to a news release from Friday, Detectives with the Manor Police Department and the FBI(Federal Bureau of Investigation) are following authoritative guidance to get the reason of how a large amount of money was sucked out of the Manor Independent School District.
The community services over 8,000 students from primary to high school, according to the information received by the sources.
The authority told the local media that the scheme began in the first part of November and lasted by the December before the community figure out and announced it, according to a source.
It was three separate transactions
Detective Anne Lopez to the station stated that it was three different transactions which they did get and became the victim of the fraud.
Unluckily they did not realize the truth that the bank account information had been modified and they sent three separate transactions over the time of a month before it was understood that it was a false bank account.
There is not much information regarding this case, and the case is still under investigation. The authority is supporting anyone with information to contact the Manor Police Department at 512-215-8035.