CHECK KITING: St. Croix Man Accused Of Passing Restaurant’s Business Checks Without Its Permission
DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN? If so, police said that they would like to talk to him about checks stolen from the Eat At Cane Bay Restaurant and passed without permission of the business.
NORTH SHORE — A St. Croix man who police said used checks from an established restaurant to buy goods and services without the permission of the restaurant has been captured on surveillance video in the act of passing the checks.
The Virgin Islands Police Department-acquired video shows a black man male in a light colored shirt offering one of the checks as payment in a local convenience store.
The VIPD said that this man is a “Person of Interest” who police want to talk to about missing business checks from the Eat at Cane Bay restaurant.
The Economic Crime Unit is seeking assistance from the media to help identify the person depicted in the video.
If anyone has any idea who the person in the video is, you are asked to please call 911 or (340) 773-2266 and ask for Detective Melissa Smith or Jonathan Sanderson.
You can always make an anonymous tip by calling Crimestoppers VI at 1-800-222-TIPS. All information will be kept in the strictest of confidence.
EAT AT CANE BAY RESTAURANT: Police said that the stolen business checks came from this popular St. Croix eatery.