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Lashard Duren, at remaining, and Katherine Rodriguez (picture: Teaneck Police Department)
Dating may be difficult sufficient without stress to be scammed away from 1000s of dollars.
A couple of ny residents presumably added that concern to individuals in Teaneck using the on the web dating website lots of Fish to take $20,000, authorities stated on Monday.
Lashard Duren, 35, of Mount Vernon, ny posed as a supervisor of Chase Bank on their profile and talked up his task through communications with females, according to Teaneck police. Sooner or later he would consent to meet up with the target and persuade them to start a free account, in certain cases guaranteeing them a working task too.
Into the encounter Duren would appear with a reason why they mightn’t get within the bank, but Katherine Rodriguez, 36, associated with Bronx, then would pose as a teller and there take it from, authorities claimed. Rodriguez would satisfy victims within the parking area dressed as a teller and get into their car to fill in documents while using $5,000 money for an deposit that is alleged in accordance with authorities.
The victims would think they were then at final going in the bank to satisfy Duren, but he and Rodriguez will have currently made their escape, authorities stated.
The frauds occurred at two various Teaneck areas on Aug. 17, Aug. 24 and Nov. 3. More incidents arrived in Hackensack Aug. 24 and Sept. 19, as well as in Edgewater Sept. 12.
Teaneck Detective Sgt. Zoraida Martinez worked utilizing the Tuckahoe, ny division regarding the instance, where in addition they had incidents that are similar. Detectives worked together and had surveillance on Chase Banking institutions in Teaneck and Hackensack for months.
Duren and Rodriguez had been spotted in the Cedar Lane bank in Teaneck Saturday, police stated. Continue reading