Edmonton police looking to identify man in fraud investigation

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The Edmonton Police Service (EPS) is turning to the public for help identifying a man wanted in a fraud investigation.

Police said on April 4, a man went into a bank in the area of 170 Street and Stony Plain Road and opened a bank account. Police said he used false information.

The man then deposited a cheque associated with another fraudulent bank account and withdrew a large sum of money, EPS said.

EPS said between April 4 and April 10, additional fraudulent transactions were reported at ATMs across the city. About $50,000 was withdrawn over the six days.

Read more at Global News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.