(Image courtesy the Mooresville Police Department)
MOORESVILLE, Ind. – Detectives are hoping you’ll recognize the man in the images in this story, because he’s wanted for a significant theft.
Investigators with the Mooresville Police Department say the man was able to break into several automated money dispensers at two Mooresville car washes.
Police say he was able to get away with several hundred dollars’ worth of change.
This happened during the evening hours on Jan. 25.
The man was driving a white van (also pictured).
Do you recognize him? If so, call detectives with Mooresville Police at 317-831-3434 (ext. 6).
Do you recognize him, but want to remain anonymous in reporting your tip? Call Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana. That’s 317-262-TIPS (8477).
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