A Canadian man has been charged with receiving $ 86,000 in exchange for hijacking a POS flight
March 25, 2019 The suspects broke into a store in front of a Harvard Road restaurant.
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From 2019 on March 25 to April 2. The suspects used an illegal place to send or return several different items.
prepaid credit cards up to $ 86,000.
Suspects of using the restaurant’s security code may not be in place.
With this security code, they could pay for the use of fraudulent financial instruments
among other things, the first was discovered.
Gulf police have opened an investigation to identify one of the suspects as a 41-year-old man in Ushua.
Malvetz was recently arrested on fraud charges and later taken to the Durham Regional Police Station in Oshawa.
On Nov. 27, Golf was charged with fraud of more than $ 5,000 and theft of less than $ 5,000.