Afzal ‘Bobby’ Khan has been on the run since 2014
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(FOX NEWS) – One of the FBI’s Most Wanted fugitives says he wants to surrender but claims his offers are being ignored by the United States government.
Afzal ‘Bobby’ Khan has been on the run since 2014, accused of running a sham luxury car dealership in Ramsey, New Jersey, where he ripped off super-rich clientele and banks.
Investigators say Khan, who once appeared on the “Real Housewives of New Jersey” TV show, would get customers to sign off on auto loans priced higher than some houses — but for some of the sales he didn’t have the car title, and for others he never delivered the car.
They allege his bogus deals left buyers empty-handed but responsible for payments, and the owners of consignment vehicles without their cars or their money.
A grand jury indicted Khan in 2015 for allegedly swindling $1.7 million from one bank through nearly two dozen loans, but investigators later identified at least 75 more victims.
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