22-year-old faces 12 fraud charges after incident at Guelph bank

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A 22-year-old Mississauga, Ont. fraudster is facing numerous charges after attempting to open a bank account using fraudulent identification.

Guelph police say a woman entered a bank on Wednesday using ‘out of province’ ID.

The institution’s branch manager became suspicious of the woman and contacted police.

Officers arrived and determined that the woman was using a fraudulent ID, and was also in possession of a number of other stolen identity documents.

The 22-year-old faces a total of 12 fraud-related charges, including identity theft and obstructing police.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.