Brantford man accused of liquor refund fraud

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A 44-year-old Brantford, Ont. man is facing a charge of fraud under $5,000 and six counts of breach of probation after repeatedly “returning” liquor at various LCBO outlets for a cash refund.

Instead of returning merchandise he had purchased, the man would instead take bottles off of LCBO shelves and ask for the goods to then be returned.

The accused was captured on video three times according to police.

He is currently being held for a bail hearing.

Read more at Brantford Expositor

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.