Muslim Man Arrested For Fake Canvassing And Fraud In Burlington
Story by InsideHalton.com
A Hamilton man has been arrested in connection with a complaint of a suspicious person canvassing door to door in Burlington.
Halton police report that the suspect was allegedly asking for money in the Headon Forest area while falsely representing himself as a member of a local place of worship.
After an extensive search and the assistance of local residents, Mohammed Ismail, 25, was arrested and charged with fraud under $5,000, false pretenses under $5000 and trespassing at night.
It is suspected that Ismail fraudulently obtained funds from numerous residents in the Headon Forest area and throughout Burlington
He is described as a black man, tall with a thin build. He was wearing a white dress shirt and khaki shorts.
Residents in the Headon Forest area are also being requested to check their property for any related damages or discarded canvassing materials.
Anyone with information relating to this incident is encouraged to contact the Halton Regional Police Service Criminal Investigations Bureau at 905-825-4747 ext. 2316.
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