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September 27, 2012 - 12:43pm

Police seek assistance in identifying forgery suspect

posted by Howard B. Owens in crime, Le Roy, Pavilion.

Press release:

The Le Roy Police Department is asking for assistance in identifying the white female in these surveillance photographs as a forgery suspect who has allegedly passed numerous forged checks in numerous locations n Genesee, Monroe and Ontario counties.

If you can identify this female, please contact Detective John Condidorio of the Le Roy Police Department at 585-768-2527, ext. 2219, or Investigator John Falbo of the Ontario County Sheriff’s Department at 585-396-4628.

david spaulding
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i've often wondered why banks don't have a h-d camera mounted on the counter,so when you walk up to cashier your photo is taken on video..
i remember way back, when cashing a check at the local grocery store,they would take your picture along with a picture of the check.

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These are actually good photos, usualy bank cameras are very grainy, she does not look familiar to me though!

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Check cashing places have those cameras David, and I agree banks should too. They should also take your thumb print as well like the check cashing places.

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