Do you know this man? Burnaby RCMP release photos of fraud suspect

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Investigators allege the man in the photos is responsible for $75,000 in debit and credit card fraud.

Burnaby RCMP are searching for a suspect investigators allege is responsible for $75,000 in fraudulent purchases.

In October, Burnaby RCMP received a report from a man saying his wallet had been stolen, resulting in his credit and debit cards being used to make numerous purchases.

The victim’s debit card was used at a bank machine in the Metrotown area to withdraw a large sum of money, according to Burnaby RCMP.

His credit cards were then used at various businesses to purchase high-end electronics. Police say the credit cards were used in the Metrotown area, South Vancouver and Richmond.

The fraudulent purchases total more than $75,000, according to RCMP.

Police are asking anyone who may be able to identify the suspect in the photos to contact Burnaby RCMP at 604-646-9999. Quote file number 22-36633.

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