To this point this April, two West Shore residents have come ahead to the police saying they have been scammed by a pair promoting jewellery they declare is actual, however is in reality faux.
Police say each victims reported being approached by the couple saying that they had no cash as a result of the male suspect’s pockets had been misplaced or stolen. The feminine suspect was reportedly very emotional and was promoting her jewellery.
In keeping with West Shore RCMP, the duo claimed they wanted cash for gasoline and provided the jewellery for low costs, however when the victims of the jewellery rip-off had the gadgets they purchased checked out by an expert jeweler, it turned out it was faux.
Police say each occurrences occurred in Langford. One sufferer was approached by the couple on Rainville Street and the opposite was defrauded on the nook of Pickford Street and Kelly Street.
The suspects had been touring in a grey and black SUV with a feminine passenger and two younger youngsters within the again, based on police.
Police described the male suspect as being a South Asian man in his 40s, standing round 6′ tall, with a medium construct, darkish hair with a heavy South Asian accent. He was sporting a darkish blue quilted jacket and vivid white and orange trainers on the time of the incidents.
The feminine suspect is described as a South Asian girl in her 40s, standing roughly 5’3” tall, with a medium construct and he or she additionally spoke with a heavy South Asian accent. She was sporting an extended darkish gown and a darkish coloured head scarf.
Police are searching for the general public’s help in figuring out these suspects.
The West Shore RCMP is warning the general public in opposition to shopping for excessive priced jewellery and different pricey gadgets from anybody apart from respected companies to guard themselves from being defrauded.
Anybody who might know who these two ought to contact West Shore RCMP at (250) 474-2264.