Photos released of Carson City bank card fraud suspect

The Carson City sheriff's Office released these photographs of a suspect who allegedly used a bank card stolen in Inyo County, Caif., to withdraw money from a Carson City bank.
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CARSON CITY, NV (KOLO)-- The Carson City Sheriff’s Office Thursday asked for the public’s help identifying a man who allegedly used a stolen bank card.

A man had his wallet stolen April 21 while hiking in Lone Pine, Calif., the Carson City Sheriff’s Office said.

May 1, a man entered the Wells Fargo on South Carson Street in Carson City with a small girl and used the stolen bank card and identification to withdraw money, the sheriff’s office said. He returned May 2 and May 3 for more withdrawals.

The sheriff’s office describes the suspect as white with short brown hair and a trimmed beard. He had a tattoo on his right forearm. The girl with him was estimated to be 18 months to 3 years old with light brown to blond hair. There was also a woman with short hair who traveled with him, the sheriff’s office said.

Anyone who can identify the man or who has information on the case is asked to call dispatch at 775-887-2677, Detective Steven Olson 775-283-7856, Investigations Captain Brian Humphrey 775-283-7850 or Secret Witness 775-322-4900 or go to www.secretwitness.com.
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