Credit fraud

Redding police reports: credit fraud, theft of catalytic converter

REDDING, CT – Redding Police released information about investigations Dec. 10-13, including several fraud reports.

According to police, on December 10, a man reported that someone had attempted to withdraw three credit cards in his name.

Also on Dec. 10, police said a resident reported that an ex-boyfriend took more than $51,000 from them using an E-Trade account.

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Also on December 10, a man said someone cut off the catalytic converter on his truck while it was parked at the Gilbert and Bennett mill.

On December 11, a man reported that someone had tried to buy tires worth several thousand dollars using his name.

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The police are investigating all of these incidents.

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