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NAME RIDDLE Veteran’s $76k compensation check cashed 24 hours after bank account was opened – but cops stumped by true ID of holder

The Sun

A man has been arrested after attempting to cash a check for tens of thousands of dollars and confusing cops with his identity.

The suspect, referred to as John Doe by police, opened up a bank account at a Muncie, Indiana bank, about 50 miles northeast of Indianapolis, a day before he attempted to cash the check.

Police say the Veterans Affairs compensation check for $76,191.66 was not his, according to The Star Press.


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