Smooth conman, 35, & # 39; graced woman he met on Match.com after he said he was a millionaire, convinced her to get married within a week and then let her put $ 80,000 into buying a house & # 39 ;
- John Martin Hill , who has been accused of deception for deception after convincing that a woman would have handed over $ 80,000 after spending a week with her
- After what the woman thought was a whirlwind romanticism, Hill reportedly said the couple would live together and even view her house, police said.
- She gave Hill more than $ 80,000 for the supposed purchase of a house, but as soon as the money changed ownership, Hill fled and made all contact.
- Hill is also suspected of cheating women in four other states, the authorities said
A scammer allegedly convincing a woman he had met on Match.com to marry him in less than a week before he took her $ 80,000 from her, is wanted for arrest in Atlanta.
The police are searching for John Martin Hill, 35, of Gwinnett County, who is charged with theft for allegedly theft after allegedly posing as a millionaire and telling his victim that he wanted to buy a house with her after just a week after dating.
The woman told the police that she had met Hill on Match.com on March 27 and that the two met in person later that day.
Police have issued a warrant for John Martin Hill, 35, of Gwinnett County, who has been accused of theft for deception after allegedly reporting a millionaire and telling his victim that he wanted to buy a house with her after just a week after dating
After what she thought was a dazzling romance, Hill was said to have said the couple would live together and even look at her house to sell her at the end of the fairy tale novels.
& # 39; During their short romance, he convinced her that they were in love and wanted to buy a house together & # 39 ;, said Gwinnett, spokeswoman Cpl. Michele Pihera said. & # 39; They went on a house hunt and selected a home they were interested in. & # 39;
Within a week of knowing each other, Hill and the woman agreed to get married, Pihera said.
She gave Hill more than $ 80,000 toward the supposed purchase of a house, but as soon as the money changed ownership, Hill fled and stopped all contacts, police say.
& # 39; After the exchange of money, the suspect stopped all contacts, & # 39; said Pihera.
Hill is also suspected of cheating women in four other states, the authorities said.
Researchers discovered that Hill lives in an apartment in Duluth with another woman and a child.
Authorities said Hill has changed its name more than five times in the last two and a half years and is suspected of having committed similar acts in Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey.
Anyone with information about Hill's whereabouts is asked to contact Gwinnett detectives at 770-513-5300.
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