SD&G OPP WARN ABOUT CONTINUED MAIL FRAUD
(SD&G) On July 19, 2019 Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were made aware of new fraudulent documents being circulated in the region and throughout Ontario. The documents are targeting one individual, their associates and their place of business.
The SD&G OPP wish to notify the public that these court documents and other documents have been verified by the OPP Crime Unit to be false allegations and fictitious. Furthermore, any implication that business associates of the victim named in the documents or the Bank of Montreal are involved in any criminal activity in relation to these documents is also a fabrication.
If you have any of the envelopes mailed to you please contact your local police agency. Reference OPP case number SP19110048.
The packages indicate the contents have originated from various police agencies, business and Government agencies. The SD&G OPP, Cornwall Police Service, RCMP & Solicitor General’s office can confirm these documents did not originate within our services.
The investigation by the SD&G OPP Crime Unit has led to charges of one individual. The investigation is continuing.
Police agencies do not send documents stating that a person or persons have been convicted of any crimes to the general public. The OPP would like to reiterate that all these documents sent to the businesses are fraudulent documents. The OPP Crime Unit continue working with the forensic identification unit.
ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION ON THE ABOVE OR ANY CRIME IS ASKED TO CALL SD&G OPP AT 1-888-310-1122