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Authorities seek information in fraud case

Wednesday, April 16, 2014 10:40 PM
Last updated Thursday, April 17, 2014 1:29 AM
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Authorities are seeking information on a person who cashed a stolen or forged document last month.

The Richmond County Sheriff’s Office said the person entered the Peach Orchard Road Wells Fargo on March 20 and cashed the “stolen document” before leaving the scene.

Anyone with information can contact the Sheriff’s Office at (706) 821-1020 or 821-1080.

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dichotomy
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dichotomy 04/16/14 - 09:55 pm
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Uhhh........I don't think you

Uhhh........I don't think you are going to get much help based on the details contained in this article.

Navy Gary
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Navy Gary 04/16/14 - 11:08 pm
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How the heck...

How the heck can there be no picture or no other information available? Are there no cameras in WF bank? Is there not a copy of the “stolen document”? Did they not have I.D. to cash the “stolen document”? How much money did they get away with? What kind of “stolen document” was it? If you want help, you need to come up with more information than this!

bohica
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bohica 04/17/14 - 12:51 am
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March 20th. Why wait 4 weeks

March 20th. Why wait 4 weeks to report ? If I was with Wells Fargo I would have a media blitz. I'm just saying

AliV
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AliV 04/17/14 - 03:31 am
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Yall took the words right out

Yall took the words right out of my mouth..What happened to the mandatory thumbprint for nonaccount holders??

Airman
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Airman 04/17/14 - 06:20 am
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Thumb Print

Maybe this has been planned for a while, open a fake account, make regular deposits at the same branch. Make sure you are remembered at the branch as that kind and friendly person, then bam, walk in one day with some stock certificates that you stole a few months ago and cash them. They will be looking for the Frenchman, Johnny de Conn who does not exist caused he used a stolen SSN to get his GA DL and open his account. May seem far fetched but it can happen

Navy Gary
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Navy Gary 04/17/14 - 07:41 am
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There should be...

There should be another story with the headline: Augusta Chronicle Readers Seek More Information in Faud Case....lol.

nocnoc
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nocnoc 04/17/14 - 09:28 am
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Throwed us a Bone

without any meat.

Navy Gary
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Navy Gary 04/17/14 - 09:52 am
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Slow

Slow news day I suppose...

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