Video Released of Man Wanted by BPSO for Using Cloned Credit Card
According to a recent release from the Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington, we've learned that the individual featured in this video is wanted for using a cloned credit/debit card that did not belong to him to withdraw cash from a Shreveport ATM twice last month.
Bossier Sheriff’s Office detectives obtained surveillance video footage from the ATM at the Progressive Bank on Fern Avenue in Shreveport that shows a man withdrawing money using a cloned card.
The Sheriff's Department says that on August 27, 2020, around 8:38 pm, the suspect drove up to the ATM in his truck wearing a face mask and ball cap. He spent the next 11 minutes withdrawing cash from what appears to be multiple cloned credit/debit cards. Then two hours later at 10:49 pm, the suspect drove through the ATM once again; this time wearing a different face mask and ball cap and withdrawing cash on the cloned cards for 17 minutes.
The man is described as a black male with hands that appear cut and calloused. He was driving a silver 4-door 4x4 Chevrolet Silverado and has a rather large tattoo on his left arm. At several places in the video, the mask lowers on the suspect’s face and detectives are hopeful someone will recognize this man.
The crime is called Access Device Fraud (LRS 14:70.4).
Anyone who has information about the identity of this suspect is asked to call Bossier CrimeStoppers at (318) 424-4100.
Take a look at these photos and see if you recognize this individual.