Greater Sudbury Police have charged a female personal support worker with 23 fraud-related offences following a complaint from a senior citizen in the city. In a written release Wednesday, police explained that in August and September of 2016, they received two complaints from an elderly man. He told them that on two separate occasions, his credit cards were stolen and used to conduct a number of fraudulent transactions worth over $1,600.
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