Peel police looking for 20-year-old accused of fraud

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Peel police are looking for a 20-year-old man wanted on a charge of defrauding the public.

From June to August, multiple victims across the Greater Toronto Area, including Peel, have reportedly lost thousands of dollars to a contractor who promised driveway repairs, according to police.

Police say a suspect falsely identified himself as the employee of a driveway repair company, soliciting business door-to-door.

It’s believed he would create a sense of urgency so that clients would pay money up front.

In some cases, it’s alleged the work would start, but would not be finished.

In others, clients would not be able to reach him, and work was not started.

A warrant has been issued for Tom Delaney.

Investigators are asking any other victims or anyone with information to come forward by calling 905-453-2121, ext. 3335.

This article was originally sourced by www.thestar.com.