By Courtney Trenwith
Restaurant chain operator is believed to have fled the kingdom after defrauding 127 people
Bahrain has issued an international arrest warrant through Interpol for a Bahraini investor accused of defrauding 127 people.
The national operates a restaurant chain in the kingdom but is believed to have fled the country after a series of fraud allegations were made against him, Gulf Daily News has reported.
The alleged victims includes a charity fund.
The man has been sentenced in absentia to one month in jail on one charge of issuing a cheque without having a bank account.
Other charges are pending.
The arrest warrant was issued via the global police organisation Interpol, of which 190 countries are members.