Toronto man, woman, wanted in connection with $400k fraud case

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Police say that on June 29, a Toronto woman walked into a bank and used false identification to pose as a client and access that person’s account, stealing $400k.

Then according to TPS, she transferred $400,000 from there into a different account.

A few days later a man entered the bank using fake ID to pose as a client. It’s alleged that he accessed the account that the money was transferred into and used the funds to buy a large quantity of gold.

Security images of the man and woman have been posted to the TPS website.

If the public has any information about this situation, they should contact the TPS hotline.

Read the full story at Global News.

This Story was summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.