Yes. Report the incident to the police. The police will investigate and will make the determination to file charges or not. Make the report. Even if they don't lay charges there will be a record with police that he was investigated that may be relevent some day.
This is a matter for which a probate attorney is best qualified to advise. You could repost and add Probate/Estate Planning to your categories, or you could contact a probate/estate planning attorney you find on this site, or conduct your own independent search. Good luck
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It is probably not illegal in the sense of being a criminal violation. Business names can be valuable intellectual property. Trademark or intellectual property lawyers handle civil lawsuits involving the use and "theft" of business names.
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