Chippewa Falls police seek help identifying man who defrauded local business

Chippewa Falls (WQOW) – Chippewa Falls police are looking for information, and hoping someone can identify a man who defrauded an area business.

According to the Chippewa Falls Police Department, the man (pictured on the right) returned several tickets to the Micon Cinemas in Chippewa Falls. The problem is, he did not actually purchase the tickets from the theatre in the first place. He returned the fake tickets and pocketed the money.

If you or anyone you know can identify the person in the picture, you are asked to contact Officer McMahon at 715-726-2763.

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