WHO IS HE? Man Steals From The Oaks, Uses Credit Cards In West Boca

WHO IS HE? PBSO says this man stole credit cards and ID from The Oaks, then used the credit cards at the Sandalfoot Publix.

WHO IS HE? PBSO says this man stole credit cards and ID from The Oaks, then used the credit cards at the Sandalfoot Publix.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — A man who broke into a car in the West Boca community of “The Oaks” — stealing credit cards — was later seen using those stolen credit cards at the Publix at Sandalfoot Plaza. Now, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office would like your help identifying the man in the black, short sleeved shirt on the right.

From PBSO: On September 5, 2014, the victim’s car was burglarized while parked in the community of The Oaks, Boca Raton. Taken from the victim’s car were several forms of personal identification, to include credit cards and Florida driver’s license.

Two days later, an unknown suspect, wearing the short sleeve black shirt with tattoos on both arms, attempted to purchase gift cards using the victim’s credit cards at the Publix, located in the Sandalfoot Plaza, Boca Raton.

If anyone can identify this suspect they are urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS.

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