F’ville cops ask for help to ID bank forgery suspect

Photo of forgery suspect. Photo/Fayetteville Police Department.

Fayetteville Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect in a forgery/fraud scheme.

Det. Mike Whitlow said on Aug. 16 at approximately 1:50 p.m. a white male approximately 45-50 years of age and wearing a suit and tie entered the Fayetteville branch of Sun Trust bank where he presented a withdrawal slip requesting $4,700 from a Sun Trust account.

Whitlow said the male had a Florida driver’s license that matched the information on the account and successfully obtained the money.

The account, said Whitlow, actually belongs to a law enforcement officer in Florida. The male has accessed the same victim’s account at other branches and is also a suspect in several other metro Atlanta fraud cases, Whitlow said.

Anyone with information regarding this subject is asked to contact Detective Mike Whitlow with the Fayetteville Police Department at 770-461-4441.

grizz
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This clown will be picked up in no time

Good pictures. Should be picked up by police and put in jail shortly.

mudcat
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I have an idea. Close the account, you dip

A law enforcement officer has been hit multiple times and the account is still open? Are you freakin crazy? Close the account. SunTrust should have done that for you, but if not - close the account! Now!

roundabout
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MUD

Think a little.

The account probably is closed.

Doesn't keep him form cashing the check.

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Identity Theft

I hope they catch this scum soon and let him make big rocks into little ones for a very long time. Oh, and no chance for parole.

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SunTrust doesn't flag or freeze accounts

of customers that fraud has been committed on? Man, glad I don't bank with them.

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