Suspect Wanted For I.D. Theft & Burglary Charges

Bank

This suspect is wanted for burglary and identification theft charges.

On July 9, 2013 at approximately 3:20PM, the suspect (pictured above) entered a bank located on the 400 block of Castro Street and obtained a cash advance using a victim’s credit card. She then proceeded to another bank located on the 300 block of San Antonio Road and attempted to obtain another cash advance using a different credit card belonging to the same victim.  However, an alert teller became suspicious and did not complete the transaction. The suspect ended up fleeing the scene in an unknown direction of travel. It was later discovered the victim had their wallet stolen from a location in downtown Mountain View.  Investigative leads that have been received thus far indicate the suspect may also be involved in similar incidents that have taken place in Southern California.

If you have any information on the identity and/or whereabouts of the suspect, please contact CSO Loo at 650-903-6362, or send us an anonymous text message to 274637, and be sure to include “mvtips” in the body of your message. Should you see this suspect, you can also call our non-emergency number at 650-903-6395 and reference case number 13-3822.

MVPD INSIGHT: Please remember to always guard your personal belongings. Never leave your wallet, or other valuable forms of identification, out in the open. Whether you’re shopping, at work, or enjoying a walk about town be aware of your surroundings, keep your handbag or wallet close to your person or in your line of sight. If you find that your identification and/or credit cards have been stolen, please make sure to report it as soon as possible. Some crimes can even be taken through our on-line form while others require you to call us at 650-903-6395.


LooCommunity Service Officer (CSO) Loo has been with MVPD for 11 years and is currently assigned to the Investigative Services Division where he investigates cases related to fraud, identity theft, property crimes and missing persons.

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