BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) – Beavercreek police say a man used religion to talk a victim out of his credit card.
Police say the suspect approached the victim in the religious books section of the Beavercreek Barnes and Noble store back in June.
They say he struck up a conversation about trust and religion then asked the victim to give him his car keys and $20.00. The victim complied and the suspect returned both.
Police say he then asked for the victim’s credit and debit cards. He never came back with those.
Instead, police say he used them at an ATM. He was captured on bank surveillance.
Contact Beavercreek police at 937-426-1225 if you recognize the man.