Livermore Police Seeking Suspect Vandalizing Local Bank ATMs

Do you know this man? Police are looking for him.

LIVERMORE, Ca: Man Suspected of Vandalizing Local Bank ATMs
LIVERMORE, Ca: Man Suspected of Vandalizing Local Bank ATMs

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a man believed to have vandalized several banks in Livermore on Wednesday morning, causing significant damage to their ATMs.

Police officials have released photos of the suspect, in an effort to track down tips from potential witnesses.

Due to the nature of the investigation, police are not able to release information about the specific location of the ATMs or the nature of the damage to the machines.

Anyone who has information or tips about this case is asked to call or email Livermore Police Officer Traci Rebiejo at 925-580-9665 or trebiejo@cityoflivermore.net.

Tipsters can remain anonymous.
Alyssa Kopinsky June 26, 2014 at 05:26 PM
Being that it is at a bank it is a federal offense.
Scanner guy June 26, 2014 at 05:31 PM
Looks like one of Livermore's homeless folks. LPD will find him if they go where they hang out, it's not rocket science!!
Not the Cat June 26, 2014 at 06:10 PM
Christian Holmes who is this?
blackoutmetal666 June 26, 2014 at 07:29 PM
They need our help because they are to busy setting up speed traps. No thanks find him yourself.
Desert Rat June 26, 2014 at 08:00 PM
I agree. It would be a horrible idea to help catch someone who is vandalizing banks. It's not like those banks would just pass on the cost of repairing the ATM machines to their customers right? I am sure they would just absorb that cost and never increase fees or anything that would inconvenience their clients. Then when this mope decides to vandalize an auto parts store, a grocery store, or some other corporation because he is disgruntled at not being one of the 1%, they will keep their prices status quo and just pass it along to their insurance companies, who will also bear the burden and not raise insurance rates to compensate.


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