Crime Stoppers: Man Wanted for Allegedly Using Stolen Checks

By: KKTV Email
By: KKTV Email

Pueblo police are looking for the man seen in this surveillance photo. He is wanted for allegedly using stolen checks that were taken from a car, along with several other items.

Police tell 11 News the victim's vehicle was broken into on December 17. Several items were taken including the victims wallet, stereo, several CD's, and tools. Also taken was a partial book of checks.

When the victim checked with his bank, he noticed several checks had been written to Walmart, Kmart, and Loaf n Jug.

Police say the man seen in this photograph was caught on one of the surveillance cameras as he forged one of the victim's checks.

If you know who he is call Crime Stoppers in Pueblo at 542-STOP. Your information could earn you a cash reward.

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  • by Question from a frustrated loyal reader Location: COS on Feb 12, 2011 at 11:09 PM
    I have noticed on more than one posting that people give KKTV a hard time for not reporting something correctly. They are obviously loyal followers if they feel that KKTV "messes" up so much. However, if they are so unhappy with KKTV's reporting, they should save their rude comments, and go bother another station that reports everything perfectly. Good luck finding one. Tired of the wasted space on the postings!
  • by Tom Location: CS on Feb 11, 2011 at 03:04 PM
    How is this even possible to write a check without showing proper ID??
  • by mitchel McGuire Location: floressant on Feb 11, 2011 at 02:41 PM
    whose car ? kktv do you read befor you post ????????
  • by Jenn Location: CO Springs on Feb 11, 2011 at 02:37 PM
    I think wording got screwed first, it says the suspect's vehicle was broken into.
  • by TO CSPD on Feb 11, 2011 at 01:26 PM
    Why is it that PUEBLO can post a picture of someone who committed fraud, but you cant? You have yet to do anything to find the person who stole my identity, used my credit card, signed my name, and ripped me off. It's nice to know that the Springs Residents aren't as important as the Pueblo ones are....... SAD!
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