The Toronto police have released more security images of two of the suspects wanted in an ongoing pizza delivery fraud case.
Since mid-July, local police, as well as neighbouring police services in the Greater Toronto Area, have been receiving reports of incidents in which debit cards have been compromised by individuals posing as pizza delivery drivers.
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According to police, pizza orders, which were placed for delivery, were intercepted by a group of at least three male suspects.
The suspects would then deliver the intercepted pizza to the intended customers and if the customers would pay using their debit card, the delivery suspect would switch the customer’s debit card with a similar-looking, non-active card.
The suspect would then leave the home, travel to a nearby automatic banking machine, and conduct fraudulent banking transactions.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 416-808-7300, Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416-222-TIPS (8477), or online.