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Deputies: Man wanted for cashing stolen checks

(Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office) (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office)

Columbia County deputies are looking for a man they say cashed two stolen checks. 

The office manager for Hutto's Plumbing, located at 215 Hightower Dr., told deputies that on April 14 she realized two checks on the bank statement were not recorded in the checkbook register.

When she checked the checkbook, the checks were missing, according to an incident report. She then reported the missing checks to Georgia Bank & Trust. 

One check was written for $1,489.28 and another was written for $1,392.89. Both checks were made out to the same person, according to the report. One was cashed at the Georgia Bank & Trust Southside branch. The other was cashed at the Columbia Road branch. 

The office manager said she did not sign either check. 

Deputies released a surveillance photo of the man they believe cashed the checks. Anyone with information about the man's identity can call the Columbia County Sheriff's Office at 706-541-1042.

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