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Photo of SunTrust suspect wrong man, say police

Tuesday, Aug 27, 2013 5:21 PM
Last updated 8:22 PM
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Authorities said Tuesday that a man shown in a photo and described as a credit card fraud suspect was a mistake.

On Monday, the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office released a surveillance photo of a customer at a SunTrust ATM on Gordon Highway and identified him as a theft suspect. On Tuesday, however, it said the bank had provided the wrong photo.

A sheriff’s spokesman said the department is working with the bank to obtain the correct footage and suspect information.

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my.voice
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my.voice 08/27/13 - 09:39 pm
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Cha Ching! And he thought the

Cha Ching! And he thought the ATM had a lot of money.

nocnoc
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nocnoc 08/28/13 - 10:16 am
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Some one will be happy.

Any bets the wrong guy in the photo will likely get a nice deposit in the coming months.

But wait !
The ST bank photo came with a clear disclaimer, saying something like;

ST could not be responsible for the photo's use, beyond ST staff.

ragingbull
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ragingbull 08/28/13 - 10:28 am
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I believe a call to Ken

I believe a call to Ken Nugent is in order!

JRC2024
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JRC2024 08/28/13 - 11:49 pm
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good lord, correct the

good lord, correct the mistake and go on.. no money there.

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