Do You Recognize This Man?

By: 11 News Email
By: 11 News Email

The Pueblo Police Department says they need your help in finding the man seen in these surveillance photos. They say he's suspected of stealing a woman's debit card and buying hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise.

According to reports the victim had reported her Visa debit card stolen from her home on Wednesday, October 21st 2009. Once the victim realized her debit card was missing she immediately notified her bank and closed her account, but not before the suspect purchased almost $500.00 worth of merchandise at the south side Wal-Mart in Pueblo.

The suspect, according to Pueblo police, made three different transactions with the stolen debit card before the victim was able to get her account closed.

The suspect seen in the pictures appears to be a Caucasian male, with short hair, a full goatee and mustache wearing brown pants and a brown polo over a black long sleeve shirt. A heavy-set female, also seen in the photos wearing a brown long sleeve shirt appears to be with the male suspect.

If the suspect is arrested he will be charged with theft, forgery and identity theft.

If you have any information on the suspects described above please call Pueblo Crime Stoppers at 542-STOP.

You must be logged in to post comments.

Password (case sensitive):
Remember Me:

Read Comments

Comments are posted from viewers like you and do not always reflect the views of this station.
  • by J.M. Location: Co Springs on Dec 16, 2009 at 02:40 PM
    Unfortunately, Visa, Mastercard, et al, do not require that their vendors/merchants check ID before allowing a transaction to go through. If you check the verbage on the Visa and Mastercard websites (and probably others), you will see statements to this effect: "Merchants cannot make an ID a condition of acceptance," and "Merchants cannot refuse to complete a transaction because a cardholder refuses to provide ID." I have signed the backs of my cards but I have also written in bold print right next to the signature, "SEE ID". I'm always hoping that a clerk will ask to see my ID to compare the photo to my actual face. Hardly any do, anymore....but when someone does ask, I always thank that person for asking. In this day and age, when identity theft is rampant, it ticks me off that merchants are NOT required to do this.
  • by cohbie Location: colorado springs on Dec 15, 2009 at 06:08 PM
    This is the exact reason why Walmart needs to check IDs! It aggravates me that they never check mine when I utilize a card. I suppose if a class action lawsuit was filed, they might pay attention and do something about this ongoing problem!
KKTV 520 E. Colorado Colorado Springs, CO 80903 Office: (719) 634-2844 Fax: (719) 632-0808 News Fax: (719) 634-3741
Copyright © 2002-2016 - Designed by Gray Digital Media - Powered by Clickability 79355842 -
Gray Television, Inc.