200 victims of pair's 'sophisticated' ID theft scheme: police

Edmonton police found 111 identity documents belonging to 89 victims, 85 stolen bank cards belonging to 57 victims, 108 other cards belonging to 38 victims, stolen mail belonging to about 200 people, and several mailbox and parcel box keys during a warranted search of a home near 202 Street and 57 Avenue. Two were arrested and charged with offences related to drug trafficking and forged documents. (Photo provided.) Edmonton police found 111 identity documents belonging to 89 victims, 85 stolen bank cards belonging to 57 victims, 108 other cards belonging to 38 victims, stolen mail belonging to about 200 people, and several mailbox and parcel box keys during a warranted search of a home near 202 Street and 57 Avenue. Two were arrested and charged with offences related to drug trafficking and forged documents. (Photo provided.)

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