Man Wanted by RCMP for Fraud

HAMILTON, ON, Sept. 4, 2014 /CNW/ - The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) - Hamilton Niagara Regional Detachment Financial Crime Section have charged Glenn WHITTER, age 50, of the City of Toronto, Ontario with Fraud over 5,000 dollars pursuant to Section 380(1)(a) of the Criminal Code of Canada.

Police allege WHITTER targeted victims through on line dating social media. It is alleged that WHITTER solicited a victim to invest funds into WHITTER's company - CRETUS CAPITAL INCORPORATED, to be loaned to third parties for a six month period secured against real estate. WHITTER was to pay monthly interest payments. The victim did not receive their monthly payments nor did they have their investment funds returned. The third parties whom WHITTER presented as the recipients of the loans had no knowledge of, nor did they receive loans arranged by WHITTER. No lien was registered against the intended property that in fact was found to be owned by another person.

Glenn WHITTER has a warrant issued for his arrest and it is believed that he is residing in the Greater Toronto Area. WHITTER is being sought by the RCMP. He has also been known to use the aliases Desmond ALEXANDER, Glenn ALEXANDER, Glenn WHITTERRE and Glenn DUNCAN.

The RCMP would like to acknowledge the assistance and cooperation of the Peel Regional Police Service and the Financial Services Commission of Ontario in this investigation.

Anyone with any information about this alleged fraud or the location of WHITTER, is asked to contact the RCMP at 1-800-387-0020; Hamilton Niagara Regional Detachment Financial Crime at 905-643-5746 or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 1‐800‐222‐8477.

SOURCE Royal Canadian Mounted Police

For further information:

Cpl. Marcel McLennan
Hamilton Niagara Regional Detachment
905-643-5800

S/Sgt. Peter Koersvelt,
Acting RCMP Media Relations officer
RCMP "O" Division
519-995-8372

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