Fargo police ask public for help identifying man they say is using fake passport to pull money from banks

The suspect has allegedly hit up banks in Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead.

Counterfeit fraud
Fargo police are looking for the public's assistance in identifying this man, who they accuse of using a counterfeit passport to withdraw money from local banks.
(Photos courtesy Fargo Police Department)

FARGO — The Fargo Police Department took to social media Friday, May 26, to ask for help identifying and locating a man they say is fraudulently withdrawing money from area banks.

According to the post, police believe the suspect is involved in forgery/counterfeiting and unauthorized use of personal information by allegedly using a counterfeit passport and identification to withdraw money from banks in Fargo, West Fargo and Moorhead.

Police listed the dates of the alleged crimes as April 19, 20 and 25; they did not say how much the man is accused of withdrawing from the banks.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Fargo Police Department Criminal Investigations Division at 701-241-1524. Anonymous tips can be submitted by texting keyword FARGOPD and the tip to 847411.

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