Canandaigua, N.Y. (WROC) – A Brooklyn man was remanded to Monroe County Jail without bail after his arrest Friday in connection with $28,000 in fraudulent credit card purchases in Greece Henrietta, Irondequoit and elsewhere.

State Police in Canandaigua said that Seun A. Ogunkoya, 34, of Brooklyn, N.Y., was charged with three counts each of first-degree identification theft and third-degree grand larceny, all felonies. He was arraigned in Henrietta Town Court. His next court date is Wednesday.

Investigators said on April 26, three suspects used stolen credit card numbers/cloned credit cards to purchase a total of $28,000.00 in Home Depot gift cards from the local stores in less than an hour. Most cards were then used to make purchases at Home Depots around New York City, New Jersey, and Connecticut.  The victims of the credit card fraud are from Ontario, Cayuga, and Monroe counties. Police still are seeking the two other individuals.

The investigation was conducted by Canandaigua and Brooklyn State Police and the Cayuga County Sheriff’s Office.