Three suspects arrested after trying to return stolen Walmart merchandise

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Three suspects from Montreal have been arrested by Durham Region, Ont. police after trying to return stolen products from two different Walmart stores.

On July 23, police were called to a Walmart in Oshawa, Ont. for a fraud call. The female suspect attempted to return merchandise at the Bowmanville Walmart and was denied. Employees alerted police after the woman attempted to do the same at the Oshawa location.

All three suspects were arrested after a number of stolen items and fraudulent documents were located.

Christina Aubourg, 25, Hyann Kenkuining-Tchouga, 21, and Sekou Keita, 25, have all been charged with numerous fraud charges including:

  • Attempt fraud under $5,000
  • Three counts of possession of credit card obtained by crime
  • Three counts of possession of identity documents
  • Possession of identity information with inference of fraud
  • Two counts of stolen mail

Aubourg faces an additional charge of possession of credit card obtained by crime.

Read more at DRPS

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.