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St Thomas police looking for Dean Williams in connection with $4m fraud

Published:Monday | October 7, 2013 | 5:17 PM

KINGSTON, Jamaica:



The police in St Thomas are now searching for a man they say obtained about $4 million in produce from farmers by fraudulent means.




They say Dean Clover Orell Williams is wanted for obtaining credit by fraud in December 2012 and January 2013.



A warrant has been issued for his arrest.



The St Thomas Police say Williams negotiated with farmers in Rowland’s Field to purchase a variety of agricultural produce from them at an agreed price.



However, they say Williams failed to compensate the farmers for the produce upon delivery.



Williams is described as being of dark complexion and medium build.



The police say he sports a low haircut and is in his mid-50s.



The police say he is known to frequent Highland Drive, Barrington Drive, Elmwood Terrace and Waltham Park in Kingston.



Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Dean Williams is being asked to contact the Morant Bay Police at 982-1027 or call 119.



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