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Police Ask Help Identifying Suspects in Alleged Fraud at Sevierville AT&T Store

Police Ask Help Identifying Suspects in Alleged Fraud at Sevierville AT&T Store

Officers and detectives from the Sevierville Police Department are requesting assistance from the public to identify two persons of interest in a recent report of fraud at the Sevierville AT&T store.

According to Sevierville Police Department Officer Graham Ownby, the Sevierville AT&T store at 620 Parkway contacted police to report that two men used false identification to fraudulently obtain two Apple iPhone 6+ phones from the store on on May 22, 2015. The two iPhones are valued at approximately $1,500.

Store security equipment captured images of two persons of interest in the alleged fraud. Police say the men may be traveling in a red Dodge diesel 3500 dually truck.

Police Ask Help Identifying Suspects in Alleged Fraud at Sevierville AT&T Store

Police Ask Help Identifying Suspects in Alleged Fraud at Sevierville AT&T Store

Police Ask Help Identifying Suspects in Alleged Fraud at Sevierville AT&T Store

Anyone with information regarding the identities and/or locations of these suspects in the alleged fraud at the Sevierville AT&T store is requested to contact Officer Brantley or Detective Milliron at 865-453-5506.

All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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