Police looking for men passing fake checks around the area
The McCall Police Department is requesting the public’s help trying to identify two males who entered Paul’s Market in McCall and passed a counterfeit payroll check in July. Both males were posing as employees of a local McCall business.
One male is described as white, approximately 5’8” – 5’11” tall with brown to light brown hair and a slender build. This male was seen wearing a dark blue or black long sleeve shirt, shorts and a dark blue colored baseball type hat that had a white front displaying several multiple colored letters.
The second male is described as white, approximately 5’8”-5’11” tall with brown hair and a heavier build. This male was seen wearing a white t-shirt that has very distinct blue “vine” type pattern on the left side of the shirt. This pattern starts at the neckline of the shirt and extends to the bottom of the shirt. To the right side of the shirt there was vertical lettering. This male was also seen wearing a straw type cowboy hat and white or light gray sunglasses. This male has extensive sleeve tattoos on both his right and left arms.
Investigators also learned the pair is driving a light brown or gold colored SUV, possibly a Suburban, Tahoe, or Yukon vehicle.
The two males also successfully passed counterfeit checks in Weiser, Homedale, and Marsing Idaho. At each location the two males were seen wearing the same clothing and posing as employees of local businesses.
The McCall Police Department is requesting the public's help in identifying and locating the two males responsible for these crimes. If you have any information that would help identify these two males, or their whereabouts, please contact Detective Andrew Fisher with the McCall Police Department at 208-634-7144, or reach him at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can remain anonymous.