New Photos of Suspect in $160,000 Martha's Vineyard ATM Scam Released
Do you recognize the young men in these surveillance photographs posted on Facebook by the Oak Bluffs Police Department? They're suspected of stealing $160,000 in an ATM fraud targeting Martha's Vineyard.
"Both suspects appear to be in their early 20s with athletic builds and brown hair," the Oak Bluffs Police Department posted. "Please review the photos to see if you recognize the suspects or their clothing." (OBPD/Facebook)
Oak Bluffs police Monday posted new photos to a Facebook album created last week to publicize surveillance images of two men they say are suspects in the fraud, which according to local newspapers is also being investigated by the FBI and the Secret Service.
"Both suspects appear to be in their early 20s with athletic builds and brown hair," the police department posted. "Please review the photos to see if you recognize the suspects or their clothing."
Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Lieutenant Timothy Williamson of the Oak Bluffs Police Department at 508-693-0750 or send the department a private Facebook message.
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