Brockville police seeking male suspects in connection with $1,900 stamp fraud

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The Brockville Police are looking to the public to help them locate and identify two male suspects in  fraud incident surrounding stamps at a Shoppers Drug Mart at the 1000 Islands Mall.

On Wednesday, just after noon, officers were called to the 1000 Islands Mall Shoppers Drug Mart where staff reported two men were in the store last week and had bought two bundles of stamps (approximately 2,000 stamps) worth just over $1,900, using a credit card.

The credit card that was used to buy the stamps was reportedly fraudulent.

Staff reported to the police that the suspects returned to the store a few days later but fled before the police could arrive. They were last seen leaving in a grey vehicle. The suspects are described as black men in their early 30s, of medium build. One was clean-shaven and wearing glasses and the other had a beard.

Read the full story over at the Recorder.

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