Police want help on fraud cases

2012-09-28 00:00

PORT Shepstone police are looking for two men (pictured) to assist them with two fraud cases.

The offences took place on January 17 and 14 October, 2012.

The first offence involved an account being opened at a store in a Shelly Beach shopping centre. A fraudulent identity was used and purchases were made.

A loan for a substantial amount of cash was obtained in the second case. The loan application was processed at a bank in Port Shepstone, also involving fraudulent identity details.

Anyone who might have information about the men in the pictures should call Detective Constable Blossom Mkhize at 039 688 1058 or 078 522 2861 at Port Shepstone Detective Services or Crime Stop at 086 001 0111.

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