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Hartselle Enquirer

Authorities asking for help identifying irate bank customer

This man and an unidentified woman, driving the truck shown in the background, are wanted by the Morgan County Sheriff's Department. They could be facing charges of damaing the air-conditioning unit at Eva Bank. | Courtesy of the Morgan County Sheriff's Department.

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for its help in identifying suspects who caused damage at the Eva Bank after the bank denied a transaction on Aug. 8.

The man, who was observed by surveillance bank footage, attempted to make two different transactions using a social security funds card but was denied due to lack of identification and lack of a PIN number.

According to a Morgan County Sheriff’s Office press release, the male suspect became irate and left the bank. An unknown female picked him up in a burgundy GMC pickup truck, 1990s model, possibly with Tennessee license plates.

As the vehicle left the area, it intentionally struck the bank’s central air unit, causing $3,700 in damages.

If anyone knows the identity of this man, he or she is asked to contact the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 256-560-6198.

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