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Investigators searching for man wanted for placing skimming devices on ATMs

Picture of suspect in ATM skimming device investigation. (Source: GCPD) Picture of suspect in ATM skimming device investigation. (Source: GCPD)
Picture of suspect in ATM skimming device investigation. (Source: GCPD) Picture of suspect in ATM skimming device investigation. (Source: GCPD)
GOOSE CREEK, SC (WCSC) -

Investigators are looking for a suspect wanted for placing skimming devices on ATMs in the Lowcountry.  

The Goose Creek Police Department released pictures of a man they say used a victim's bank card without permission.

According to GCPD officials, this suspect has also been seen placing skimming devices on ATMs in the area.  

If you have any information you are asked to call police at 843-863-5200, Crime Stoppers 843-554-1111, or Investigator Dodson at 843-863-5200 ext. 2337.

The investigation began on Feb. 26 when a woman reported that her card had three suspicious charges on her debit card. 

One of the charges happened on Feb. 24 at 7:38 p.m. at the South Carolina Federal Credit Union ATM on 82 Bridgetown Road.

The second charge happened at the Federal Credit Union on 1945 Sam Rittenberg Blvd., while the third happened at a business on Duluth, Ga. 

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