Residents report identity thefts linked to fraudulent loan and Taco Bell order: Broadview Heights police blotter
BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio
Fraud: Thackeray Tribunal
On April 16, a resident of Thackeray court went to the police station to report an incident of identity theft.
The man said the day before he had been informed by LifeLock of a web loan application in his name. The resident said he was surprised because he had never completed a loan application.
At that point, he did his homework on his own and found that five years ago someone had opened a loan of $ 2,200 in his name. The resident also found other requests, most of which were denied. The company requested a police report to investigate.
In addition, the man’s credit score has taken a major hit.
Fraud: Mill Road
On April 17, a Mill Road resident called the police after discovering that her debit card had been used the day before at a North Randall Taco Bell.
The woman said someone went to the border for a fee of $ 18.43. However, it was not her.
The caller canceled the card, but needed a police report for the bank to refund the money.
The officer contacted the Taco Bell, who provided surveillance footage of a man dressed in a blue shirt and driving an older model Ford Mustang. There was also an older Pontiac G6 model that appeared to be with the Ford. The police are investigating.
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