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OV Police seek victims in Beavers Band Box fraud

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Posted: Friday, August 10, 2012 2:22 pm | Updated: 2:27 pm, Fri Aug 10, 2012.

On July 20,  the Oro Valley Police Department began a fraud investigation involving one victim.  The investigation lead to a suspect who lived in the City of Tucson. 

A search warrant was conducted at the 10,000 Block of East Speedway, where the suspect was located and a significant amount of evidentiary items were located indicating a large fraud operation was being conducted at this residence. 

Brittney Leigh Underwood, 29, who uses an alias of Tiffany Bastien, 25, appeared to be one of the leaders of this criminal syndicate and was arrested for multiple counts of fraud schemes and artifices, aggravated identity theft, identity theft and credit card theft.   She is currently confined in the Pima County Jail.

During the investigation, Beavers Band Box and Egencia documents were recovered.

Police spokeswoman Kara Riley said Oro Valley's Criminal Investigations Unit wants to ensure all victims are located.   If you are contacted by anyone claiming to represent Beavers Band Box or Egencia, do not provide them any information.  

The Oro Valley Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating additional victims to this fraud.  If you have any information or suspect you have been a victim, please contact Det. Z. Young at  229-4943 or 229-4900.

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