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Two people wanted for check fraud at multiple CSRA Walmarts

Wanted for check fraud; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office Wanted for check fraud; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office
Wanted for check fraud; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office Wanted for check fraud; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office
car of suspects wanted for check fraud; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office car of suspects wanted for check fraud; Source: Columbia County Sheriff's Office
COLUMBIA COUNTY, GA (WFXG) -

The pictured suspects are responsible for presenting counterfeit checks and presenting fake ID’s at various Walmart locations in Columbia County, Richmond County and Aiken County. 

The victim, Ernest Irving discovered two fraudulent checks were used at the Walmart in Grovetown. The checks were written in the amounts of $449.48 and $478.63. He also noticed similar alerts on his account from Aiken, SC, Augusta, and Atlanta, GA. They are believed to be driving a burgundy van.

If you have any information on the identity of the pictured suspects, please contact the Columbia County Sheriff's Office at 706-541-2800.

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