Man turns himself in to Saskatoon Police after stealing $1.1 million in merchandise

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A man turned himself in to Saskatoon Police after stealing over $1.1 million in merchandise over a span of nearly five years.

The Saskatoon Police in a statement said the 45-year-old man turned himself in to the Saskatoon Police Service on Tuesday, January 4, 2022.

The statement further added that the man was an employee of a business. He committed the fraud between September of 2013 and June of 2018.

“In June of 2018, the Saskatoon Police Service received a report from a business in the 2900 block of Idylwyld Drive North, of an employee stealing merchandise and selling it for personal profit. Over the span of nearly five years over $1.1 million in merchandise was stolen,” the statement by Saskatoon Police reads.

Meanwhile, the Saskatoon Police, said they have charged the man with Fraud and Theft Over $5000.

His first court appearance will be February 9th, 2022, the Saskatoon Police Service added.

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