Las Vegas: seeks publics assistance identifying person of interest

Las Vegas: seeks publics assistance identifying person of interestOn November 15, 2012, several credit cards were stolen during a residential burglary which occurred in the south central portion of Las Vegas. On November 19,2012, one of the credit cards taken in that crime was used in a local convenience store.

The person using the credit card is described as a male of Pacific Island descent. He is approximately 35 years of age, standing between 5’10“ and 6’00” tall and weighing between 230 and 260 pounds with dark eyes and dark close cropped hair which is graying in the front. Additionally, he has a tribal tattoo near his Las Vegas: seeks publics assistance identifying person of interestleft elbow. The individual was last seen wearing a white crew-neck t-shirt and blue jeans. His photograph accompanies this release.
This individual is a PERSON OF INTEREST ONLY, and is being sought to determine if he can provide any information which will be of assistance in solving this crime. The person depicted in this picture has NOT been named as a suspect in the residential burglary.
Anyone with any information concerning the identity of this person of interest, or who has any information concerning these crimes, is urged to contact the LVMPD Financial Crimes Section at 828-3483, or Crime Stoppers by phone at 385-5555 or on the internet at www.crimestoppersofnv.com.

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