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16:05  19 may  2019
16:05  19 may  2019 Source:   thestar.com

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Toronto Police are asking for the public’ s help in locating a man wanted in the United States on fraud charges. Osaruyi Igbinob Enazena, 52, has been charged in Ohio in In July, Enazena went to the Superior Court of Justice in Brampton for a hearing regarding his extradition to the U . S ., police said.

Toronto police looking for fugitive ordered extradited to the U.S. © Provided by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited Osaruyi Igbinob Enazena, 52, is wanted by police.

Toronto Police are asking for the public’s help locating a man wanted in the United States of America.

Osaruyi Igbinob Enazena, 52, has been charged in Ohio in relation to a “complex” bank fraud and identity theft investigation, according to a Toronto Police news release issued Sunday. The U.S. is seeking his extradition.

Originally from Nigeria, Enazena is a permanent resident in Canada. Toronto police describe the man as 5-foot-9 and 210 lbs.

The 52-year-old was first arrested in February of 2018 to face charges in the U.S. The following month, he was released on bail to live in Brampton.

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+ Toronto police are asking for the public’ s help in locating a man wanted for a fraud/identity theft investigation in the United States of America. The fugitive , 52-year-old Osaruyi Igbinob Enazena, has been charged in Ohio in relation to a complex bank fraud and identity theft investigation.

Toronto Police are asking for the public’ s help locating a man wanted in the United States of America. The U . S . is seeking his extradition . Originally from Nigeria, Enazena is a permanent resident in Canada. Toronto police describe the man as 5-foot-9 and 210 lbs.

In July, Enazena went to the Superior Court of Justice in Brampton for a hearing regarding his extradition to the U.S., police said in the release. At the end of the July-morning court session, the judge advised he would make his decision following lunch. Enazena never returned to court after the break and is currently on the run.

Security video showed Enazena leaving the courthouse and heading toward Hurontario St. A judge ruled he should be in police custody pending his extradition.

Police believe Enazena, who has family and friends in the GTA, is still in Canada. He uses a number of names, including Eric Igbinoba, Osabowven Obika, Igbinoba Osavonwen.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Jesse Dean, at 416-951-6850, or police at 416-808-5930 and Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477).

Emma Sandri is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @emmarosesandri

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