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Sheldon Police Need Help Identifying Man Who Allegedly Passed Fraudulent Check

Sheldon, Iowa — Sheldon Police are seeking the public’s help in solving a check fraud case.

Sheldon Police say on October 11th, a man came into the Sheldon Hy-Vee Store and presented a check that appeared to be from a local business, with the bank being a local bank. The man cashed the check at Hy-Vee. The store subsequently learned that the check was fraudulent.

Neither the business nor the bank issued the check and the routing number came back to a bank in Minnesota. The man also presented a Kansas driver’s license which has also been determined to be fraudulent, according to authorities.

Police say the total amount of loss for Hy-Vee is $629.62.

The individual was captured on Hy-Vee’s security cameras, and police ask that you look at the photos below. If you know who the man in the red cap is you’re asked to contact Sheldon Police Officer Jett Korver at 712-324-2525.

Your help is greatly appreciated.

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