Surveillance photos captured the subject committing the thefts but not his identity.
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A 29-year-old man wanted by police in two other states allegedly used a dead person’s credit card and a fake ID to buy upward of 0,000 in jewelry from stores throughout Connecticut, police said.
The Wallingford Police Department began a theft investigation last week in which an unknown person was making purchases at local jewelry stores using a credit card in the name of a deceased individual.
On Monday, Officer Michael Sterback was on patrol when he saw a man walking on Toelles Road who matched the description of the thief.
“He did a great job and was very observant,” said Lt.
Ranko is charged with credit card fraud, second-degree forgery and criminal impersonation.
He was held in lieu of bail and is to appear in court June 5 in Meriden.
Anyone with information on Ranko can contact Detective Shawn Fairbrother of the Wallingford Police Department at 203-294-2845.