Laser cosmetic shop owner charged with faking break-in and theft

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The owner of a Mill Woods laser skin care shop is facing fraud charges after faking a break in and theft at the business last summer, according to police. Sukhdave Seehra, 31, owner of Perfection Cosmetics, near 91st Street and 23rd Avenue, is charged with fraud over $5,000 and public mischief. 

Attempt to defraud an insurance company

Sherwin Mendoza, 35, is also facing fraud charges. The pair were trying to defraud an insurance company of more than $1 million, police said. Police were called to the shop on May 30 after a break-in was reported.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.