Roseville, Calif. --
The Placer County Sheriff's Office is seeking information about a case of identity theft.
The Sheriff says the suspect's photo was caught on the vicitm's surveillance camera. Early Wednesday afternoon, a Roseville man received a package with two AT&T IPhones. The victim did not order the phones, and called AT&T, where he found out he was the victim of identity theft.
While on the phone with fraud division, the sheriff's office says the suspect pulled up to the victim's home and knocked on the door. The victim did not answer the door, and instead called the Placer County Sheriff's Office. The suspct left in a newer Mercedes with custom wheels, no front license plate and paper plates on the back.
If you have any information on the person of interest or the car in the picture, you can contact Detective Crawford at 916-652-2423.
Anyone with information who wishes to remain anonymous could be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000 if the tip leads to arrest.
You can contact Placer County Crime Stoppers at 800-923-8191 or online at tips.placercrimestoppers.com.
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