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Police seek help identifying check fraud suspect

RICHMOND, VA (WWBT) - The Virginia State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation is currently conducting an investigation of a suspect who is wanted in connection with grand larceny, forgery, and identity theft. 

On July 23 through July 27 between the late morning and early afternoon hours, a white male walked into several Union First Market Banks in the City of Richmond and Chesterfield, Hanover, and Henrico counties.  The suspect passed an altered check at each location and received funds totaling over $10,000.00. 

The Virginia State Police is asking the public to help identify the suspect.  He is described as a white male between 30 to 40 years of age, 5'10" to 6'0" tall, and 225 to 250 pounds.  The suspect also has several tattoos on his forearms and changes his clothing from casual to business attire.  He may have connections to Ohio or Pennsylvania. 

All information provided is confidential.  Anyone with information should contact the Virginia State Police Division I Dispatch Center at (804) 553-3445.   

 

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