Identity theft suspect caught on camera

Identity theft suspect caught on surveillance video. (Courtesy MSP)

FREMONT, Mich. (WOOD) — The Michigan State Police are asking for help to identify an identity theft suspect.

According to police, the identity theft investigation includes several areas, including Petoskey, Fremont, Big Rapids, and other Metro Detroit locations.

The suspect can be shown on surveillance video walking up to a computer at Wal-Mart, keying in information of the stolen credit card, and then validating up to as many as ten gift cards at the effected stores.

The suspect is described as a white man with a thicker build, balding, and wearing glasses. He appears to be in his mid forties and was wearing a sport coat with blue jeans at the time of the incident.

State Police are asking anyone with information to call Sgt. Michael DeCastro at the Michigan State Police-Gaylord Post at (989) 732-2778.

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