Nationwide News understands that prominent businessman and former head of the Jamaica Used Car Dealers Association, Ian Lyn, has failed to comply with a request from the Police Fraud Squad to turn himself in for questioning.
On Wednesday, the head of the Fraud Squad, Superintendent, Anthony McLaughlin said Lyn was wanted for questioning in relation to a number of complaints made against his used car dealership, Carmax.
He’s accused of selling cars for several individuals, among them politicians and failing to pay over the monies.
Lyn was ordered to report to the police at 9-this morning.
Shortly before news time, a senior official at the Fraud Squad told our news center that Lyn is still at large.
Its understood that nearly a dozen persons are at this hour lodging complaints against Mr. Lyn.
Calls placed to his mobile phone went to a voicemail message, which informed that he’s overseas.
Earlier this week, a director of Carmax, was taken into police custody.