Fraudulent credit cards
Apr 24, 2017
Bulletin 2017-2229

In the past months of March and April 2017, numerous stores in the Vancouver area have been the victims of credit fraud. The suspects enter the stores with applications already completed online. They look at a variety of items within the store. The suspects are able to produce photo identification with their image on it such as a Driver's License or Fire Arms Certificate. With the fraudulent identification they are able to obtain credit and made many purchases of various pieces merchandise. If you have also been victimized contact the officer below and refer to the police report number.

Suspect(s) Description: Suspect 1: Asian male, mid 30 years of age, clean cut, medium build. Suspect 2: Asian male, mid 50 years of age, gray hair cut short, glasses, slim build.

Responding Officer: Jay Ruzycki Phone: 604-717-5779Report#: 2017-58696

Police Email Address: jason.ruzycki@vpd.ca

 

                                    

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