Leduc RCMP charge four people with credit card fraud

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Leduc RCMP have charged four people with a total of 91 offences following reports of a credit card fraud.

On August 11, Edmonton International Airport RCMP were called to a report of a credit card fraud in progress at an airport hotel. Officers arrested four people once they arrived on the scene.

A search of the suspects’ vehicles found stolen credit cards, identifications, computers and mail.

Chance Muranaka, 44, was charged with 70 counts of theft and property offences.

Forty-year-old Travis Muranaka is charged with 14 counts of theft, property and drug offences.

Melissa Bowie, 27, is charged with seven counts of possession of property obtained by crime.

All three accused are from Sylvan Lake, Alta.

Read more at Canada Police Report

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.