A Brampton man is accused of fraud following a visit to a bank in the City of Kawartha Lakes last month.
OPP officers said they received a call on Nov. 28 from the employees at the TD bank in Bethany, Ont., regarding a man who requested that his personal identification number be changed.
Police investigated and said they were able to identify the suspect and discovered he was in possession of a fraudulent document.
On Nov. 29, police located the suspect and arrested him.
Shaun Pitre, 40, of Brampton was charged with using a forged document, theft under $5,000, fraud under $5,000 and personation with intent (identity fraud).
He was released from custody and is scheduled to appear in court in Lindsay, Ont., on Dec. 20.
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