Edmonton police break up identity theft, counterfeiting operation

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Four people have been charged after an investigation into an identity theft and counterfeiting operation that police say snared over 130 victims with fake Canadian and United States currency.

“It’s uncommon to find so many ID documents and replicated currency in one place, so that makes it unique,” Const. Benjamin Davis said Tuesday. “By removing these stolen identities from the street, we’re stopping any future frauds to individuals or businesses.”

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.