Jun 24, 2016 11:38 AM

Man accused of identify fraud after purchasing several cellular phones in Dover

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DOVER - A Dover man has been charged with identity fraud after purchasing several cellular phones.

According to the Dover police, store employees of Cellular Sales, on Weeks Lane in Dover, were suspicious the individual was not who he claimed to be and reported the incident. An investigation revealed the suspect, Kelvin Potter, 35 of Dover, allegedly used a different man's identity and then charged that man's business for the cell phones.

Potter turned himself into the police on June 22. He was released on a $2,500 personal recognizance bail and is to appear in court of June 24.

Dover police have requested that anyone with information about the incident contact them at 603-742-4646.

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