Fraud suspect arrested after Kawartha Lakes foot chase

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A 23-year-old Montreal man will appear in a Lindsay, Ont. Court of Justice for a bail hearing on fraud related charges after Kawartha Lakes police responded to a fraud call at a bank.

A teller at a Kawartha Lakes bank became suspicious of identification that was being used by a person who had recently opened an account at the bank. When police arrived, the suspect was still at the bank, but while he was being pointed out, he fled out the front door.

The man was later arrested.

Lenin Eldridge Aular of Montreal has been charged with uttering a forged document and fraud under $5,000.

Read more at Kawartha Lakes Police

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.