Police send warning after alleged fraud of 2 seniors in Saskatoon

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Police are warning the public after the alleged fraud of two seniors — two women who are in their nineties — in Saskatoon. A 91-year-old woman reported that she received a phone call from someone claiming to be a bank security officer asking for help catching criminals, police said. The suspect allegedly asked the woman to take out money from her account and meet him, saying that insurance would cover the withdrawals. Police received a similar report from a 90-year-old woman, which they believe is related. The Saskatoon Police Service Economic Crime Unit continues to investigate the incidents.

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