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Romance Scam: 4 Nigerians Declared Wanted In Canada For Multi-million Dollars Scam. (See Photos).

Four Nigerian Men inhabitant in Regina, the capital city of Saskatchewan Province, Canada have been pronounced needed by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for duping clueless casualties as much as $2million in online sentiment tricks. 

In January 2018, a Canadian had answered to the RCMP of an unapproved fake online exchange in his name. Following an examination by the Saskatchewan Police, it was found that few different cheats with casualties in Canada were connected to this specific case 


Following a 18-month exhaustive examination including covert activities, various meetings and juducial grants to explore 50 Canadaian ledgers, five people, all Nigerians, living in Regina at the time these wrongdoings were submitted were nailed. 


One out of the five presumed crooks recognized as Austin Newton (28) was captured on January fifteenth, while four others are as of now on the loose. They incorporate Kelvin Awani (24), Jonah Eigbuluese (22), Joshua Ometie (25) and Clinton Newton (27). 


As indicated by the Saskatchewan police, they were bewildered by the undeniable genuineness of these online sentiments executed by these five youthful Nigerians and the measure of time and devotion they showered on their casualties. 


The five men are a piece of a bigger International criminal syndicate, liable for duping clueless casualties of a huge number of dollars through an all around coordinated online sentiment tricks in the course of recent years. 


Austin Newton, as of now in Police net, faces various extortion related charges extending from misrepresentation, pantomime to ownership of continues of wrongdoing which are against Section 380(1) and 354(1) of the Canadian Criminal Code individually. He is charged to show up at Regina Provincial Court next tuesday. 


Anybody with valuable data about the whereabouts of the other four men is beseeched to contact RCMP at (306) 310-7267, their nearby police office or Crime Stoppers by means of 1(800) 222-8477 



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