BEWARE of fraudulent checks by mail

If you receive an unsolicited check by mail requesting you to deposit into your account, do some research first.  There are some scams wherein you will be asked to purchase and ship specific items and in return you get to keep a portion of the money.  Other scams may just ask you to send a money order or prepaid cards while maintaining a portion of the original deposit.  The final result… lose!  After making the deposit, you’re running around meeting the requirments stated by spending a majority of the deposited funds only to find out later from the bank that the check was fraudulent.  That means you’ve been spending your own hard earned money that you may or may not have in the bank.  DO NOT LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU!  When something seems to good to be true…it usually is. Most of these scams can be revealed with a simple Internet search.  Look for more than the information the scammers direct you to.

Help HPD identify Burglary and Fraud suspects

suspOn October 12, 2014, two vehicle burglaries occurred in Hendersonville.  Items stolen were later used to perpetrate fraudulent transactions.  Please help HPD identify this person suspected of involvement in these crimes.  The pictured black SUV is the actual vehicle used by the suspect. HPD case number 14006631.  Contact: Detective D. Harrell.veh

We need your help to identify a purse thief

On 09-29-14 the person in the attached photographs stole a purse from a Doctor’s Office at the Hendersonville Hospital. If you can identify this suspect please contact the Hendersonville Police Department or the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers.  Detective  Brewer, case number 14006302.susp

Please help to identify “quick change” artists

On 10-02-14, these two persons are alleged to have conducted a quick change scam resulting in significant loss to a merchant.  The male pictured on the left has been identified.  The identity of the male pictured on the right is still unknown.

Case Investigator, Steve Malach.

Case number 14006482.



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