URBANA, Ohio (WDTN) - Three men are facing bank fraud charges in connection with what Urbana Police call a larger fraud ring.
Officers were called to Peoples Savings Bank on Scioto Street in Urbana after bank employees became suspicious about a man trying to cash a check.
The man fled the bank on foot and a waiting SUV sped off as officers arrived.
Sheriff’s Deputies located the SUV and detained two men inside. Meanwhile, Urbana officers located the suspect who ran out of the bank and have since identified him as Garye E. Burnett.
The other two men have been identified as Kentay Wilkerson and Kyle Hogue.
Urbana Police Chief Matt D. Lingrell tells 2 NEWS he believes the men are part of a ring that uses homeless people to commit bank fraud.
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