Bell County Crime Stoppers Looking for Credit Card Fraud Suspect
Let's play a game called Identify This Suspect!
According to a press release from the Bell County Crime Stoppers, the above suspect is believed to have burglarized a car in the 100 block of S. Twin Creek. The suspect took the victim's credit and debit cards and withdrew over $2,500 from the victim's bank account. The burglary occurred on March 22, but investigators have yet to identify the man.
I have to say, the quality of the photo stills are pretty good, so hopefully someone can identify the man. There is nothing worse than working hard for something and having it unfairly taken. Please remember to lock and hide items in your car when leaving your vehicle unattended. Always bring in important or valuable items so that they do not get stolen.
If you have information about this case or believe that you can identify the suspect, please contact the Bell County Crime Stoppers at 254-526-TIPS (8477) or go online at bellcountycrimestoppers.com.
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