Canadian arrest warrant issued for Jamaican couple

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An arrest warrant has been issued in Canada for a Jamaican couple who allegedly defrauded clients over $1 million.

Collett Comrie, 44, and Kurt Comrie, 40, ran several businesses in Toronto where they allegedly drained clients of their life savings through a fraudulent investment company. Investigators allege the couple ran several schemes out of Keystone Financial Services between 2014 and 2016.

The couple are currently in Jamaica where police are working with Canadian authorities. They are wanted for fraud over $5,000.

Read more at Jamaica Gleaner

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.