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Calgary police look for person of interest after money taken from accounts at banks, casino

Calgary police are looking to identify a person of interest related to an investigation into money being taken from accounts at banks and a casino in the area.
Calgary police are looking to identify a person of interest related to an investigation into money being taken from accounts at banks and a casino in the area. Calgary Police Service

Calgary police are looking to identify a person of interest in an investigation into the illegal access of several bank accounts at banks in the area, as well as a casino.

The Calgary Police Service (CPS) said Tuesday two men withdrew money from several people’s accounts at banks in Calgary, Okotoks and Airdrie between the hours of 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 27 and 2 p.m. the next day.

Police believe the men then withdrew money from a bank account at the Elbow River Casino on 218 18 Ave. S.E.

Investigators have no suspects identified, however are asking for help identifying a man they say may be connected to the case.

The man, seen in photos gathered from CCTV surveillance video, has grey hair and facial hair, with medium build.

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