Two men facing charges following wrong turn at Peace Bridge
The NRP's Fraud Unit has charged two men after a car made a wrong turn at the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie.
Police say on Thursday November 30th, a vehicle with 3 men inside made a wrong turn at the Peace Bridge in Fort Erie and were subject to inspection by Canada Border Services.
As a result of an inspection by CBSA, several pieces of fraudulent identification and credit cards were located, along with merchandise that had been recently purchased at a business in Niagara Falls.
An investigation by the Niagara Regional Police Service's Centralized Fraud Unit found that the merchandise had been purchased with stolen credit card data embossed on a card that did not match the financial institution of the card.
Police also found that the credit cards had been fraudulently forged with different numbers and the magnetic stripe data was different than the number on the face of the card.
A 38 year old and 27 year old are facing charges.
Both are being held in police custody.
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