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Do You Know This Person?

PRESS RELEASE FROM THE BONNER COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE: - The photo pictured in this story was taken at 5:23 p.m. on August 11 (Sunday), 2013. The suspect, who appears to be a white male, with a muscular build and unknown height, used a stolen credit card. 

The card was stolen from a victim's purse which was left in her vehicle in the Denton Slough area off Highway 200. The suspect then went to the Exxon Service Station in Sandpoint at approximately 5:23 p.m. and used the ATM machine to complete several monetary transactions with the stolen card. 

The same suspect then proceeded to the Dairy Depot at approximately 7:00 p.m. where he made two additional transactions. The public is reminded to lock their cars and put their valuables in an area such as the trunk. This will hinder public viewing of the contents in your vehicle.      

>>>Anyone who may recognize or can identify this individual is urged to contact Detective Sergeant Gary Johnston at (208) 263-8417 ext. 3058 or Detective Christian Frye at (208) 263-8417 ext. 3021.

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