Forged check suspect wanted

Ponca City Now - May 4, 2016 2:37 pm

Police need your help in identifying the female suspect pictured. She has passed several forged personal checks at Ponca City businesses.

What began as a stolen truck in Owasso at the beginning of March has led to forged checks being written in Ponca City, Catoosa and Mannford.

Ponca City Discount Foods took a forged check from this suspect on April 18. The suspect returned to the store on April 19 and wrote another forged check.

The Valero located at 425 South 14 in Ponca City accepted two of the forged checks on April 19. The same day, another one of the forged checks was written at Rusty Barrell.

Surveillance pictures indicate that she arrived at the local businesses in a newer model white four-door sedan, possibly Chevrolet Malibu. The surveillance video obtained from the Wal-Mart in Catoosa shows what is believed to be the same vehicle. A Caucasian male, medium and muscular build, with very short brown hair, trimmed mustache and goatee and several lower arm tattoos accompanied this female suspect.

Anyone wishing to send an anonymous tip online regarding the identity of the suspect pictured passing forged checks, or any other crime, can access the link at . Click on the Crime stoppers link on the home page, fill out the tip sheet, and send the information or you can t ext PCPD plus your message to CRIMES (274637) from your cell phone. If you want to contact us by email here is our address: [email protected]

I f you want to phone in a tip, the number is (580) 762-5100. As always, you will remain anonymous, and you may receive a reward of up to $1,000.


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