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CanadaMan charged with identity theft after being found with documents of 131 people

15:42  13 september  2019
15:42  13 september  2019 Source:   leaderpost.com

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Man charged with identity theft after being found with documents of 131 people © Don Healy After allegedly being found with a laptop bag holding identification documents for 131 people, a 28-year-old Regina man is facing dozens of identity theft charges.

After allegedly being found with a laptop bag holding identification documents for 131 people, a 28-year-old Regina man is facing dozens of identity theft charges.

Regina police responded to a call of a parked — but running — vehicle in the 1100 block of Devonshire Drive on Aug. 18, where the driver was reportedly passed out behind the wheel.

The man was taken into custody without incident. Officers searched the vehicle and found a laptop bag with ID cards, drivers licences, passports, cheques and other personal documents belonging to 131 people. None of these were in the name of the suspect, according to a police news release.

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Identity theft is the act of stealing another person’s personal identifying information in order to gain access to his financial resources, or obtain access to other benefits, such as It is also illegal for a person to possess another person’s personal identifying documents with the intent to commit fraud.

Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal identifying information and pretends to be For instance, they might find a credit card statement with your account number, a tax form with your What happens to my information after identity theft ? Identity thieves can profit from your personal

Break and enter tools, multiple pairs of gloves, a variety of house keys and a balaclava were also found in the vehicle, police said.

Initial charges against the suspect included possession of break-in instruments, possession of a weapon (knife) and carrying a concealed weapon, for which he made his first court appearance on Aug. 19.

A further investigation by the Regina Police Service’s (RPS) Commercial Crime Unit revealed that out of the 131 victims, the suspect had multiple pieces of identification for 40 of them.

The suspect has been charged with 40 charges of identity theft, one for each of the 40 victims from whom he had several pieces of ID, along with one charge of possession of identification documents for the possession of documents for the other 91 victims.

The suspect made his first court appearance in Regina Provincial Court Monday afternoon.

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