Debit card used in fraud: police

Barrie police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a man wanted for suspected fraud.
On June 11 police say the man entered a local bank and provided false identification to obtain a new debit card. He then, say police, created a new pin number and raised the overdraft limit of the victim’s card. The suspect then used the debit card to withdraw Canadian and American currency.

Suspect in debit card fraud case

Suspect in debit card fraud case

Police report that he visited two more banks and repeated the fraud, but on his third attempt a wary teller thwarted his attempts to get more money. The total amount of the fraud was $11,224.95.
The suspect, police report, has been active in other jurisdictions, specifically, Etobicoke, Burlington and Markham. He is described as being white, 6′ tall, heavy set, brown straight above collar hair, clean shaven, 30-40 years of age, and wearing a tan coloured dress shirt, and black dress pants.
Anyone with information is asked to call Const. Geoff Allain at (705) 725-7025, ext 2620, or by email at, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

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