Frankfort Police Identify Suspect In Fraud Investigation

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Updated: 1/26/2013 12:20 am
Frankfort Police are looking for a man who they say could be tied to an advertising fraud scheme.

Police say 60-year-old Carl Elovitz is wanted in several counties.

Investigators say the suspect claims to represent the athletic department that's advertising for the 41st District Basketball Tournament.

Police say the man had documents with him which list the company with a post office box in Lexington.

Investigators are asking anyone with information in the case to call Detective Herb Wilson at (502) 875-8523 or Frankfort Crime Stoppers at (502) 875-8648.
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