Police seek check forgery suspect
Seen on NewsOK.com: <a>http://www.edmondsun.com/local/x1687692889/Police-seek-check-forgery-suspect</a> Police said they are seeking the publics help in identifying a burglary suspect wanted for cashing stolen checks over Valentines Day weekend at an Edmond home improvement store. Edmond Police spokeswoman Glynda Chu said the burglary happened in Oklahoma City, so Edmond is handling the stolen checks cashed at the Lowes at 1320 E. Second St. The victim, a college student, told police two checks were stolen from her Oklahoma City apartment, along with a television and a diamond ring, and they were used at about 5:40 p.m. on Feb. 12 at the Edmond Lowes, according to a report filed by Edmond Police Officer Brad Griffin. Police said the suspect used one of the checks to buy $429.92 worth of items. Shortly after the first transaction, a second check was used to buy $410.82 at the same store. The handwriting on both checks appears to be from the same suspect, police said. Police described the suspect as being a black male who drives a dark-colored, possibly black, Chevrolet Tahoe. Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call Edmond Crime Stoppers at <a>359-4466</a>. Callers may remain anonymous. Tips may also be entered online at <a>edmondok.com/safety/police/awareness/crimestoppers</a>.