Wells Fargo ATM card Scammers Wanted

Wells Fargo ATM card Scammers Wanted
Photo: Security footage of both the male and female suspect | Colusa County Sheriff’s Office

Suspect vehicle BMW SUV | Colusa County Sheriff’s Office

Male and female suspects security footage | Colusa County Sheriff’s Office

On April 10th, 2023, at approximately 6:15 AM, two suspects arrived at the Sites Project Authority parking lot in Maxwell, California. They proceeded to approach the Wells Fargo ATM and installed a card skimmer. The male suspect, who appears to be white, was wearing a facemask covering his nose and mouth, a black and gray hooded Puma jacket, a Hurley trucker-style hat, sweatpants, and tennis shoes. Meanwhile, the female suspect, who is possibly white or Hispanic, was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, white shirt, black leggings, and white tennis shoes. The female suspect was covering her face with her hooded sweatshirt. The suspects were seen arriving in a newer white BMW SUV.

The card skimmer was discovered a few hours later by Wells Fargo technicians after the ATM kept providing error codes. A technician performed maintenance on the machine and discovered the skimmer. It was removed, and the ATM was checked for any other equipment, but nothing else was found.

The Colusa County Sheriff’s Office is working with allied agencies to identify or locate the suspects. Detectives Sergeant Luis Ruiz and Detective Kane Lausten can be contacted at (530) 458-0200 for anyone with information regarding the incident. The investigation is ongoing.

Wells Fargo ATM card Scammers Wanted was last modified: May 15th, 2023 by admin
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