BLACK FOREST, Colo. — Deputies are looking for the man who wrote $6,200 worth of fraudulent checks from a Black Forest woman’s account earlier this year.
Deputies said on May 3, they got a call from a Black Forest woman. The woman told deputies she had recently discovered her checking account had been compromised, and her checkbook was missing. Someone had written about $6,200 in checks from her account between March 18 and May 3, which she discovered the breach.
Someone had also stolen the victim’s credit cards and used them to make a total of $2,700 worth of purchases at Walgreens stores across El Paso County.
The suspect is described as a white man in his mid 20s, with short light brown hair and a short beard. Deputies said he has documentation identifying himself as Steven Witherspoon..
Anyone with information on this suspect is asked to call Detective Andrew Thompson at 719-520-7238 or email email@example.com.