Unsolved Cases

Fraudulent Use of Credit Card

December 20, 2010

The Leon County Sheriff's Office requests assistance from the public in identifying this suspect.

On December 20th, 2010 the victim left her jacket containing her debit card at the Wendy's on S. Monroe Street. When the victim returned to claim the jacket, it was missing. The suspect in the displayed images used the missing debit card to make approximately $400 in charges at various locations throughout Tallahassee over the next several days.

Anyone who may know the identity of this individual or who may have any additional information is urged to call the Leon County Sheriff's Office, Criminal Investigations Unit at 850-606-3400.

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