Two 23 year old males from Quebec are facing fraud charges with additional charges expected to be laid pending investigation.
On November 23, 2017, at approximately 2:10 p.m., Police received a call from staff of an incoming passenger train about suspicious credit card activity by two male passengers.
Police attended at 4:50 p.m. to the 1700 Block of Chappell Drive when the train pulled into the train station. Police learned that the two males had used a credit card in someone else’s name. Further investigation resulted in the seizure of $1000 worth of postage stamps, $10,000 worth of jewelry, at least 40 gift cards, 2 laptops and a skimming device.
The two males are currently facing a charge of Fraud Over $5000. One of the males is further charged with Breach of Probation and a Breach of Recognizance. Additional charges are pending against both males.
Both males will appear before a Justice of the Peace later on today.
The investigation is continuing.