Sevierville Police are hoping the public can help them identify a man wanted for spending more than $1,200 of other people's money.
According to SPD, the man used three debit cards belonging to three people who had accounts at the Alcoa 10 Federal Credit Union on October 10. He spent $1,240 at the Sevierville Wal-Mart and K-Mart. It's not known how the man got the debit cards, because detectives say the victims still had their cards. They became aware of the thefts the day after, when the credit union contacted them.
Police have released surveillance pictures of the suspect and his vehicle, which is believed to be a Ford Expedition, at Wal-Mart.
Anyone with information regarding this suspect is requested to contact Detective Milliron at 865-453-5507.