A bogus delivery man is wanted after he allegedly scammed at least 17 businesses out of $13,500 during a two-month crime spree. Police say the man walks into businesses, including bakeries, cafes, bottleshops and ice cream shops, across Victoria and claims he requires cash up front to make a delivery between December 11 and January 21. "Police have been told in most of the incidents, the man attends a business or residence claiming he has a delivery of goods to make, however, requires payment before he can give them their items," Victoria Police said in a statement. "He also tries to sell goods at bargain prices but requires payment up front. IN OTHER NEWS "Once the victims hand over the cash, between $100 and $2500, the offender leaves saying he's going to get the items due for delivery or purchased, but instead takes off." Detectives have released images of a man called Mark Filiti who officers said "will be able to assist" their investigation. A warrant has been issued for Filiti's arrest and police are looking for the public's assistance to locate him. The incidents police are investigating include: Investigators searched a Burnside Heights address on December 30 as part of the investigation, however no arrests have been made at this stage. Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.