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Canton Police Hunt Fraud, Burglary Suspects

The Canton Police Department is looking for two people of interest in a fraud and burglary case that occurred at two businesses.

Still image captured from video surveillance at Johnson Mini Mart, which shows a person of interest in a robbery that occurred at the business. Credit: Canton Police Department
Still image captured from video surveillance at Johnson Mini Mart, which shows a person of interest in a robbery that occurred at the business. Credit: Canton Police Department
The Canton Police Department is asking residents to help them identify and locate two people of interest in a fraud case at a bank and the burglary at a local store.

A person is accused of burglarizing the Johnson Mini Mart, which sits at 520 Marietta Road. The crime occurred between 3 a.m. and 4 a.m. Monday, Jan. 14 and video surveillance inside the store shows the alleged burglar in action. 

The agency also needs help in tracking down a person of interest in a fraud case. That crime allegedly occurred at United Community Bank, which sits at 2215 Riverstone Boulevard on Monday, Dec. 2, 2013.

Video surveillance cameras captured the person of interest at the bank's counter. 

Anyone with information or can identify the person the still footage at the mini mart should contact detective Scott Hoffman at (770) 720-4883 or scott.hoffman@canton-georgia. Those with information on the fraud case can call (770) 720-4833 or email tom.priest@canton-georgia.com.

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