Suspects to be identified in use of stolen bank cards

The Ottawa Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects involved in using stolen bank cards.

On the 15th of May, 2018, a residence on Rosebella Ave was broken into during daytime hours.  Amongst other item, bank cards were taking during this incident.  That afternoon, one of the bank cards was used to make a fraudulent purchase at a commercial shopping centre.  Two suspects were captured on video surveillance together. Please see photos below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service (613) 236-1222 Ext 6044 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




Suspect to be identified in a fraud on Bronson Ave

The Ottawa Police Service Central Break and Enter Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in a fraud.

On the 17th of November 2018, the female suspect used a stolen credit card at a gas station located in the  400 block of Bronson Avenue. Please see photos below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service Central Break and Enter Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 4533 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




3 Suspects Sought In Use of a Stolen Credit Card

The Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying 3 suspects in the use of a stolen credit card.

On the evening of January 3rd 2019, a stolen credit card was used repeatedly at commercial businesses located in the 1500 block of St. Laurent Blvd and the 1100 block of Ogilvie Rd. The suspects took turns entering the businesses and using the credit card. Multiple transactions were made before the victim could cancel the card. Please see images below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individuals call the Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 3566 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




IDENTIFIED Suspect sought in use of stolen credit cards

The Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in the use of stolen credit cards.

On the 17th of September 2018, a suspect entered a commercial business located in the 4000 block of Bridle Path Dr and attempted to use a credit card that had been stolen in an earlier vehicle break in. Please see the photo below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 3566 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

 




Suspect sought in multiple fraudulent purchases using stolen bank cards

The Ottawa Police Service West Criminal Investigations Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect for using stolen debit and credit cards.

In the overnight hours of Aug 15th 2018, property was stolen from the victim’s vehicle. Included were debit and credit cards. Those cards were then used at several business to make fraudulent purchases. Please see photos below provided by the investigator.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service West Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 2666 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




Male to be identified in multiple thefts across Ottawa

The Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspect who is responsible for multiple thefts and frauds across the city of Ottawa.

Over approximately 3 weeks, the male suspect has been targeting wallets, purses, bags and backpacks. He steals them and then proceeds to use the stolen credit and bank cards to make fraudulent purchases. The Ottawa Police Service has several reports involving this same suspect.

Please see the photos below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 3566 or <strong>Crime Stoppers</strong> toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

 




Suspect sought for theft of belongings from lockers on Ogilvie Rd

The Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male who stole personal belongings from a locker and then used the credit cards to make fraudulent purchases.

On the 17th of December 2017, a male took belongings from a locker at a recreational facility located in the 2000 block of Ogilvie Rd. He then used the stolen credit card to make several fraudulent purchases at different businesses in the area.

Please see photo below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 3566 or <strong>Crime Stoppers</strong> toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




Female Thief To Be Identified

The Ottawa Police Service Central Criminal Investigations unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a woman responsible for theft of shopping bags, purses and other personal belongings.

In January 2018 several thefts were committed in a centrally located mall. An unidentified woman is alleged to have taken shopping bags, purses or packsacks while their owner was distracted or had left their belongings unattended for a few minutes. The credit cards were then used to make fraudulent purchases.

Please see photos below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service Central Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 5166 or <strong>Crime Stoppers</strong> toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




Suspect to be ID using stolen credit cards

The Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect responsible for using stolen credit cards.

On the 15th of December 2017 the male suspect was captured on video surveillance using stolen credit cards at various businesses along St Laurent Blvd and Walkley Rd. The credit cards were stolen earlier from a vehicle in the 2400 block of Riverside Dr.

Please see photos below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service East Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 3566 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.




Suspect to be identified in using stolen credit cards

UPDATE: SUSPECT ARRESTED

 

The Ottawa Police Service West Criminal Investigations unit and Crime Stoppers are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspect for theft and use of stolen credit cards.

Dec 31, 2017 the suspect stole a wallet from a vehicle on Ramsgrange Street and subsequently used the victim’s credit cards to make purchases at business on Strandherd Drive.

Please see photos below provided by investigators.

If you know the identity of the individual call the Ottawa Police Service West Criminal Investigations Unit (613) 236-1222 Ext 2666 or Crime Stoppers toll-free at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS). Remember Crime Stoppers does not subscribe to call display, we will not ask your name or record your call and you are not required to testify in court. If your information leads to their identity, you could qualify for a cash reward of up to $2000. You can follow us on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.