The 20-year-old international student at Memorial University of Newfoundland had seen a posting in a Facebook group for a Canon Rebel T1i 500D camera. Utsab Basu, an international student at Memorial University of Newfoundland, bought a camera from a man he identified as the same Donald Cameron whose picture is on the Charlottetown police and Kelowna, B. (Bruce Tilley/CBC) At the same time, Mac Innis was beginning to piece together things missing from her home as she searched for Cameron online. John's and began sharing photos of him in local buy-and-sell groups.
Basu saw her post and recognized Cameron as being the same man he purchased a camera from the day before.
Donald John Cameron, who has allegedly also used the alias Donald Joseph Cameron, moved to St. But early last month, the dream came to an abrupt end.
John's after an Ontario woman alleged he stole more than $15,000 in cash and belongings. Mac Innis says her perfect boyfriend disappeared, along with more than $15,000 in cash and jewelry from her home in Sudbury, Ont.
Cameron was in Sudbury in October 2016 and met up with Mac Innis, with whom he first chatted two years earlier on Plenty of Fish. "He would do things for me that, well, a girl always wants a guy to do for her." But there were red flags.
She had no idea of his criminal background, despite doing her research before dating him. Cameron would often take her car without asking, she said.
He contacted Mac Innis and offered to return the camera, but she told him to keep it. It matches the 10-digit number on the camera in Basu's possession.
On the left, a camera purchased by an international student in St.In Oshawa, he stole a vehicle from a woman and damaged her house, and defrauded another woman out of a vehicle.He was convicted and sentenced to four months in jail.When asked about the outstanding warrants in five towns and cities, he denied all wrongdoing and said the charges were nothing but false allegations. John's, Cameron steered the conversation back to her finances.Cameron then denied ever being convicted of a crime. It is unclear if he is still in the city or if he has moved elsewhere.(Central Okanagan Crime Stoppers, Don Cameron/Facebook) Mary-Lee Mac Innis thought she had met her dream man. Now, she wants women to be warned: Donald John Cameron is a career criminal who targets women on Plenty of Fish.