SeaTac Police Seek Public Help In Identifying Suspected Credit Card Thief



SeaTac Police / King County Sheriff’s Office are asking the public for help in identifying this suspected credit card thief:

Photos courtesy of the King County Sheriff’s Office.

Does anyone recognize this guy? SeaTac detectives are looking for him because he is responsible for using stolen credit cards from a victim’s car.

On November 17, 2021 at around 12:30 p.m., a SeaTac woman called the King County Sheriff’s Office to report that her vehicle was prowling the 17200 block of 32nd Avenue S. (map below).

The victim’s purse and several of his gift cards and credit cards were stolen. The victim explained that earlier in the morning, she received a call from her bank requesting authorization for a pending purchase at a Federal Way sporting goods store, which she refused.

Unfortunately, that was not the case with his other credit cards. The suspect had made several purchases at Target, a DVD rental kiosk, convenience store and gas station. Overall, the total amount of fraudulent transactions was over $ 400.

These screenshots are taken from store surveillance cameras.

The suspect appears to be a bald, white male with a mustache, wearing a hooded camo jacket, blue jeans, dark-colored shoes and a black backpack.

If you recognize the man in the photos, or have any information about this matter, we would love to hear from you. Please call our 24 hour non-urgent number at 206-296-3311, reference case # C21036847.



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