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Tuesday, 14 December 2010

One of FBI's most wanted might be hiding in Toronto | Toronto & GTA | News | Toronto Sun


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One of FBI's most wanted might be hiding in Toronto Toronto & GTA News Toronto Sun: "RCMP have stepped up a search for a fugitive who’s believed to be hiding in Toronto after escaping from a B.C. prison.
Omid Tahvili, 40, is sought on warrants by the RCMP for escaping from prison and the FBI for allegedly scamming $3 million from U.S. seniors in a telemarketing scheme.
He is on a FBI Top 10 Most Wanted list.
Tahvili, who the FBI said might be hiding in Toronto, was an owner and operator of a Vancouver telemarketing business that ran from 1999 to 2002.
“The suspect has been evading police for three years,” RCMP Sgt. Marc LaPorte said on Monday. “He is a scam artist who is trying to hid his identity.”
He said Tahvili, who was born in Iran, will be returned to B.C. to face new charges and finish a jail term. He then faces extradition to the U.S.
“The suspect can be arrested by any Canadian cop based on the warrant,”
LaPorte said. “This man is violent and should not to be approached.”"

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