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Abbotsford Police investigating bogus concert tickets

Abbotsford Police are investigating complaints about counterfeit tickets to the Taylor Swift concert in Vancouver on Sunday evening. There were six complaints from Abbotsford residents who bought the bogus ducats for the country singer’s show. Police have a strong lead. The tickets were sold in person, and one of the purchasers wrote down a vehicle licence plate and description.

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