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Weekend Blotter – The printed proof

  • Saturday, April 26, 2014

Police were called to a local bank after a man cashed two cashier’s checks totalling $4,300. The bank teller said the checks appeared to be legitimate and were written out of that particular bank. The man in question presented his South Carolina ID and was given the cash.

However, it was later learned the cashier’s checks were fraudulent and police were called.

The officer was able to find a phone number and employer for the man in question. Ironically, he worked in the print department of that financial company. As of this time, the case is under investigation.

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