Portage County Crime Stoppers: Theft

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STEVENS POINT (WAOW)– Stevens Point police need your help to find the man who stole money from another person’s account at Central Wisconsin Credit Union.

A customer unsuccessfully tried to withdraw money from an ATM on September 28.

He left without closing his account and a few moments later, another man showed up at the ATM.

“Video shows the guy come up to the machine and look have a surprised look on his face looks.
Then he is seen putting a large amount of cash in his pocket. ” Sgt. Tony Zblewski said. ” Bank records show the suspect stole $300 from the first customer’s account.

If you have any information on who the suspect is you are asked to contact Portage County Crime Stoppers at 1-888-346-6600.

You can remain anonymous and could be eligible for a cash reward.

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