Four from Toronto arrested in Sarnia for $30K credit card fraud

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Sarnia police have arrested four people from Toronto who allegedly went on a $30,000 shopping spree with stolen credit cards.

Two woman and two men are believed to have purchased cellphones, jewellery, and other items from 10 different stores using fraudulent credit cards, according to police.

The suspects range in age from 27 to 42 and have been charged with a total of 64 criminal offences, including theft, possession of stolen property, credit card fraud, and breach of recognizance.

All charges from Sarnia have been transferred to Toronto.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.