Crime And Law

Police: Englewood ATM fraud suspect makes $100K in withdrawals

ENGLEWOOD — Police are looking for a suspect in connection with several fraudulent ATM withdrawals, including one in Englewood.

Withdrawals have totaled over $100,000 from various Huntington Bank ATMs, affecting victims from the greater Cincinnati/northern Kentucky area, according to a post on the Englewood Police Department’s Facebook page.

Police say the suspect used over 80 skimmed card numbers to withdrawal the money, believed to be from skimming devices discovered on Huntington ATMs in the Cincinnati area in late September.

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We are currently investigating a series of fraudulent withdrawals totaling over $100,000 from several Dayton-area ATMs,...

Posted by Englewood Ohio Police Department on Thursday, October 11, 2018

The suspect is a white male with graying facial hair, driving a 2017 or 2018 Ford Explorer with a Florida plate beginning with EVT or EUT, according to the Facebook post.

If you have any information, contact Detective Alan Meade at 937-771-2890 or email

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