UPDATED: MURFREESBORO, Tenn - The Murfreesboro Police Department has announced that they have identified a person of interest in a fraudulent use of a debit/credit case.
In this most recent situation, MPD Detectives say a male victim reported his wallet was stolen last month. A short time later, the man checked his bank account online and noticed last Tuesday, that his card was used. Evidently, the card that was stolen on June 19th was used 22-days later on July 11th. The victim found that an unknown person, who has since been identified, used his card to the tune of more than $600. The charges were made in Lewisburg, Tennessee. Meanwhile in Murfreesboro, detectives believe the “Person of Interest” was driving a white Chrysler 300.
If you have additional details surrounding this case, please contact MPD Detective Aaron Gonzalez at 629-201-5638 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. See photo above this article.
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