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Police release surveillance pics of man possibly connected to ID theft

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Detectives are asking for your help in identifying the subject depicted in the photo.  (Credit: SLMPD) Detectives are asking for your help in identifying the subject depicted in the photo. (Credit: SLMPD)
Police are looking for a man that could be connected to identity theft involving cloned bank cards that occurred in multiple states. Credit: SLMPD Police are looking for a man that could be connected to identity theft involving cloned bank cards that occurred in multiple states. Credit: SLMPD
Detectives are asking for your help in identifying the subject depicted in the photo. (Credit: SLMPD) Detectives are asking for your help in identifying the subject depicted in the photo. (Credit: SLMPD)
SOUTH ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -

Police are looking for a man that could be connected to identity theft involving cloned bank cards that occurred in multiple states.

Authorities released a surveillance photo of the man on Tuesday.

Police say fraud has been reported two banks in South City, at the Regions Bank branch in the 4700 block of S. Kingshighway and the 3500 block of Hampton.

If you have any information on his whereabouts, call CrimeStoppers at 1-866-371-8477.

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