On Tuesday, July 11, a Great Neck woman received a notification on her computer that her computer had been compromised.

The 70-year-old called the number provided in the notice, which told her she would be called by the bank’s anti-fraud department.

Then an unidentified man called her and told her she needed to withdraw $20,000, police said.

After she withdrew the money, an unidentified woman came to the victim’s home, claiming to be from the bank’s anti-fraud department, and took the money.

The next day, the victim received another call from the male scammer, telling her that she needed to provide more money to unlock her bank account.

She called the bank, who alerted her that she had been scammed and that her account was not blocked.

Police investigated and arrested Lizhuo Luo, 39, of Queensbury, and Yandan He, 36, of Brooklyn.

Rowe was charged with grand larceny and resisting arrest and is scheduled to appear in court on Friday, July 28.

He was charged with grand larceny and attempted grand larceny. She is due to return to court on Thursday, July 13.

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