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Surveillance: Man uses stolen wallet to open lines of credit

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Surveillance photo: Vancouver Police Surveillance photo: Vancouver Police
VANCOUVER, WA (KPTV) -

Vancouver police have released a surveillance photo of a man accused of using a stolen wallet to open up fraudulent lines of credit.

The victim contacted police on Oct. 3 to report a case of identity theft. The victim's wallet was stolen several months earlier and someone had been opening up lines of credit and bank accounts using that person's name.

The surveillance image captured the suspect trying to make a withdrawal from the victim's bank using a stolen driver's license.

The suspect was seen driving away in a rented black 2013 Chrysler 300 with Missouri plates.

Anyone with information about the suspect is asked to call Vancouver police at 360-487-7399 and reference case V13-15186.

The surveillance image was posted on the Vancouver Police Department's Can You ID Me website.

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