Irish-accented contractors in alleged paving scam arrested

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Four people have been arrested and ordered removed from Canada after police warned the public about an alleged paving scam involving suspects with Irish accents. The foreign nationals were arrested and $70,000 in cash was seized after investigators from the Canada Border Services Agency and Ottawa police’s fraud unit teamed up to arrest the quartet on September 24. The police described the “salesmen” as young Caucasian men who spoke with an Irish accent.

Read the full article at The Ottawa Citizen.