Toronto police have arrested two men Adekunle Johnson and Adebayo Ogundana while looking for a third man in connection with identity theft and credit card fraud investigation to the tune of up to $10 million.
Various luxury items fraudulently purchased with credit cards were found in a luxury Yorkville apartment allegedly controlled by one of the men.
Among the items found in the apartment were designer shoes worth up to $100,000, cologne worth up to $15,000, moisturizers worth up to $2000 and 6 wrist watches worth over $300,000.
There were also 37 fraudulently obtained credit cards, several supposedly stolen mails, and notebooks with handwritten personal information supposedly belonging to the fraud victims.
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