Westminster Police are seeking the public’s help to find several suspects wanted for crimes including fraud and robbery.
Police on Wednesday released a bulletin to help identify a man suspected of stealing a woman’s checking account information, creating fraudulent checks and using them to buy more than $900 in gift cards from a local Target.
The man was caught on camera at about 8 p.m. May 14 at the Target in the 16400 block of Beach Boulevard.
He is described as a 6-foot-2-inch black man in his late 30s or early 40s, with a shaved head. He was wearing a long-sleeve denim shirt, jeans and a dark shirt and was seen driving a white sedan.
Anyone who can help identify the man should call Det. Daniel Pinvidic 714-548-3855.
Police are also on the search for a man suspected of robbing a drug store in the 6700 block of Westminster Boulevard by demanding cash from the Register.
The suspect is connected to several other robberies in other Orange County cities, police said.
Anyone who has seen this man is encouraged to call Det. Norma Vasquez at 714-548-3815.
Police on Wednesday also put out a bulletin for a man suspected to be a serial shoplifter.
The suspect, described as a 5-foot-6-inch bald white man, was caught on camera stealing several pairs of Levi pants from JC Penney at Westminster Mall.
Police said the man has been seen taking similar clothing from stores in Santa Ana and Brea.
Anyone with information on this suspect can call Det. Michael Harvey at 714-548-3812.