Canadian Police Asks for Public Assistance to Identify Bitcoin Fraudsters By Cointelegraph
Canadian police are seeking information on individuals alleged to be involved in defrauding (BTC) ATMs (BTMs), according to an announcement published by the Toronto Police Service on March 13.
The Calgary Police Service (CPS) Cybercrime Team has asked the public to assist in the identification of four individuals allegedly involved in multiple fraudulent transactions made within the country and targeting one Canadian Bitcoin firm. The CPS initially received the information in October 2018.
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