Police have issued a warning to the public after shutting down an unlicensed cosmetic surgery clinic in Oshawa.
Investigators are looking for victims or patients who may have health concerns following a recent investigation related to a clinic being operated at a private residence on Pilgrim Square.
“The primary suspected procedures were Botox, non-surgical nose augmentations, fillers and hair transplant surgeries,” reads a media release.
Police executed a search warrant at the residence, with officers working in conjunction with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Durham Region Health Department and Durham EMS.
The suspect was arrested in the residence without incident.
“Police seized numerous documents and evidence at the scene,” the media release reads.
Isaac Aceveda, 51, has been charged with false pretense over $5,000 and was released on an undertaking.
If you are a victim or patient and you have any health-related questions, you can contact the Durham Health Connection Line at (905) 668-2020.