|Checks written in BG on closed account||| Print ||
|Written by By Sentinel Staff|
|Tuesday, 29 December 2009 13:23|
The Bowling Green Police Division received three complaints on Monday regarding persons making purchases of high dollar tools and equipment with checks written on a closed account.
A man and woman have been able to steal more than $800 in merchandise.
The suspects are using the names Suzanne Elvira Coburn and Ronald G. Steel Jr. Coburn is described as a white female, date of birth July 10, 1986, from Wolcott, Ind. Steel is described as a white male, date of birth March 23, 1974. He has a tattoo on his neck that said “Chevy Nova” and the Chevy symbol. His ID stated he is from Defiance.
The vehicle they were driving was a maroon Chevy Blazer with Ohio plate DL50UK. Both subjects were found to have multiple warrants and charges are pending for the above incidents.
Anyone who sees these individuals in their business should call police immediately.
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