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DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) -

DOUGLAS, GA – The Douglas Georgia Police are searching for an unidentified man in connection with a string check forgery cases.

The male presented fraudulent Orkin Pest Control payroll checks for cashing at six Harvey's Supermarket stores.

Police are looking for a 50 - 55 year-old black male, 5'11 to 6'1 inches tall and 195 pounds.

Anyone having information about this person is urged to contact the Douglas Police Department at 912-384-2222 or call the Douglas Police Department TIPS line at 912-260-3600.

 

Here is the full press release from the Douglas Police Department

Investigators with the Douglas Police Department are asking for your help in identifying a man wanted for questioning in connection with a string check forgery cases.  

The man who remains unidentified at the time of this press release, entered six Harvey's Supermarket stores in Douglas, Pearson, Baxley, and Waycross, and presentenced fraudulent Orkin Pest Control payroll checks for cashing.

The person of interest is a Black Male: 5'11 to 6'1, 195 lbs., and between 50- 55 years of age. He presents an Orkin company ID, (Believed to be false) and Georgia Driver's License also believed to be fake as well, to meet the store's requirements for cashing payroll checks.

Anyone having information about this person is urged to contact the Douglas Police Department at 912-384-2222 or call the Douglas Police Department TIPS line at 912-260-3600.  (TIPS Line you may remain anonymous)