Authorities are seeking the public's help to identify a man who is accused of stealing more than $60,000 by using counterfeit credit and state identifications cards spanning a six-week period.
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Police: Man steals in excess of $60K at Horseshoe Casino

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CINCINNATI - Authorities are seeking the public's help to identify a man who is accused of stealing more than $60,000 by using counterfeit credit and state identifications cards spanning a six-week period.

The Cincinnati police Financial Crimes Unit suspects the man used five fraudulent credit cards at the Horseshoe Casino between May 14 and June 26. His alleged actions resulted in a loss of $61,821.32.

"As the investigation continues, it has been determined that the actual monetary loss has occurred from the individual victim(s) whose credit card accounts have been compromised," a Cincinnati police statement read in part.

Police said he has used the names Roy Scott, Walter Williams, Karl Wilson, Fred Jones and Jeffrey Thomas.

On June 26, the suspect fled the casino and was last seen behind the buildings on Schultz Alley near the basketball courts.

If anyone has information about this incident, contact Detective James Wigginton at: (513) 352-6488.

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