Saskatchewan woman charged with defrauding retail business – Saskatoon
The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) has charged a woman with defrauding or attempting to defraud a Canadian retail business of approximately $ 250,000.
The unidentified company became aware of fraudulent activity involving payments in shares in December 2019, according to a press release issued on Wednesday.
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SPS’s Economic Crime Unit said activity was discovered at various branches of the company where payments were changed and redirected to a suspect’s bank account. Investigators added that 17 payments had been filed and 59 were pending.
The 57-year-old woman, of Langham, Saskatchewan, faces charges of fraud over $ 5,000 and theft over $ 5,000. His name was not disclosed to the police.
She is due in court on October 19.
Langham is located approximately 30 km northwest of Saskatoon.
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