For two passengers on a train heading through Saskatoon, police handcuffs spelled the end of their trip.
Around 2:10 p.m. Thursday, Saskatoon Police received a call from the train staff about suspicious credit card activity by two passengers. When the train arrived in Saskatoon around 4:50 p.m., police found out the men were using a credit card in someone else's name. Officers ended up seizing $1,000 in postage stamps, $10,000 in jewelry, at least 40 gift cards, two laptops and a skimming device. Two 23 year old men from Quebec have been charged with fraud over $5,000, and one of the men also charged with breaching probation and breaching recognizance. Police anticipate they will lay more charges as the investigation continues.