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Fort Worth firefighter’s wallet stolen from station, police say

Police are searching for this man, who they say stole a firefighter’s wallet from a fire station last week.
Police are searching for this man, who they say stole a firefighter’s wallet from a fire station last week. Courtesy of Fort Worth Police Department.

Police released photos Monday of a man accused of walking into a Fort Worth fire station last week and stealing a firefighter’s wallet.

The suspect, a white man with with tattoos on both forearms, stole the wallet June 19 off a counter at a fire station on Polaris Drive in north Fort Worth, police said. No one at the station saw him.

Anyone with information on this suspect is asked to contact detectives at (817) 392-4622.

The man used the firefighter’s credit card at a nearby Texaco gas station on Meacham Boulevard before taking a taxi to a Wal-Mart in North Richland Hills, police said. He used the credit card at the Wal-Mart and again at a Burlington Coat Factory next door.

The photos of him released on Monday show him on surveillance footage outside one of the stores.

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