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Stinnett PD investigating case of identity theft

July 7, 2011

The Stinnett Police Department is currently investigating a case of identity theft.
Stinnett Chief of Police Marie Farbro stated that she and other officers have collected a video from the Borger Dollar General of a suspect forging his signature for purchased items that were initially bought on May 27, 2011.
He has also committed the same crime in McDonald’s and Stinnett Allsups, for a combined total of $191.86.
Farbro said that the victim randomly checks his account on the internet, and he realized someone was using his ATM/debit card.
The Stinnett Police Department has no further information and is asking for citizen help.
Anyone who has seen the man in the photo (right) or knows his identity should call 878-2422, or visit Farbro at the Stinnett Police Department.

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