Dunwoody Police are looking to question a man related to a case of possible debit card fraud at Perimeter Mall.
Police reported few details of the case this week. The man, identified by a witness as "Michael" is pictured in a Crime Stopper Incident Poster being circulated and attached to this story.
The incident is said to have occurred in late September.
The suspect can be seen entering a debit card into an ATM machine through the fish-eye lense of a camera of one the cash-distribution devices in the mall. Police say the funds are suspected to have been withdrawn fradulently and with an unnamed victim's card.
The man is said to hang out at the Perimeter Mall food court and the break area of the restaurant Maggiano's.
Police did not disclose the amount of the possble card fraud or what charges could stem from the incident.
The man is described as 20 to 30 years old. He is described as a 5-foot 6-inch black male that weighs 140 to 160 pounds.
Attached to this story is a PDF of the Crime Stoppers poster. The poster has links to phone numbers and anonymous tip devices for residents to report any information to Dunwoody Police in the incident.
Anonymous tips can also be made online here.