Thursday, January 23, 2014
The Goose Creek Police Department is looking for a suspect who fraudulently used a stolen bank card at the Wells Fargo ATM in Goose Creek.
The suspect withdrew $300 on Nov. 20, according to a GCPD news release.
The suspect is a white male who was driving a Honda Pilot with a sunroof.
The victim told police his debit card went missing sometime between Nov. 15 and Nov. 19, according to an incident report.
The victim last saw his debit card at a pool lounge in Summerville when he paid his tab after a pool league night.
On Nov. 20 he checked his online bank account and saw two fraudulent transactions occurred on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston and one at a Goose Creek bank.
The victim’s PIN was used during two of the transactions, the bank told him. The victim said nobody else knows his PIN.
The victim gave police a copy of his bank statement showing where the fraudulent charges were made on his account, according to the report.
A Wells Fargo employee told police they would need a subpoena to access the photographs from the ATM withdrawal at their branch.
If you have any information regarding this incident, or if you know this individual, please contact Crime Stoppers at (843) 554-1111, the Goose Creek Police Department at (843) 863-5200 or Inv. Riccio at (843) 863-5200 ext. 2337.
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