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OKC Police Seek 3 Men In Connection With Counterfeit Check Scheme

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Oklahoma City police provided surveillance video and photos of the three suspects. Oklahoma City police provided surveillance video and photos of the three suspects.
This surveillance video still captures one of the suspect's tan Buick. This surveillance video still captures one of the suspect's tan Buick.
Police provided this photo of another suspect's white Dodge. Police provided this photo of another suspect's white Dodge.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City police are asking the public for help in identifying three men accused of being involved in a counterfeit check scheme.

On August 26, an employee with City National Bank, located at 1500 S.W. 59th Street, reported three separate subjects cashing counterfeit checks, according to police.

The police report states the employee provided documentation showing a suspect cashed two counterfeit checks on August 8. Police said the name signed on the back of the second check did not match.

Oklahoma City police provided surveillance video and photos of the three suspects. The video shows two, black males walking into Walmart. Police said the man wearing the light blue shirt is one of the suspects who needs to be identified.

Police also provided video and photos of the suspects vehicles, a tan Buick and a white Dodge.

If you have any information, contact Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300. Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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