Details emerge in probe of a Rindge man who admitted to swindling millions

Authorities are still searching for Aaron E. Olsonís victims. These investors include his childhood friends and relatives, and many of them have chosen not to come forward. The authorities, though, have spoken with those who lost the greatest amount of money and explained an agreement reached in the case to them, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Mark S. Zuckerman.


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