Indian bank fraud case: CBI nabs accused after 20 years

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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), a domestic intelligence and security service in India, has arrested a man in a 20-year bank fraud case while he was returning from Canada under an assumed identity.

Vinay Kadam was arrested at the Goa airport, located in western India, when he landed with a Canadian passport and the assumed identity of Reagan Rollin.

Kadam was allegedly instrumental in aiding a fraudulent businessman, Ranjender Singh Raolji, by issuing fake cheques. Kadam fled to Canada, assumed a different identity and had a Canadian passport issued. An extradition proposal was later sent to Canadian authorities for Kadam’s return to India.

Read more at DNA India

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.