Police hope public can ID man who stole wallet from high school
MIDDLETON, Wis. — Middleton police are hoping the public will be able to identify a man who stole a wallet at the Middleton High School, according to a release.
The wallet was stolen from the school on Nov. 23, and within minutes several credit cards from it were used at businesses on Madison’s west side, police said.
The man is described as a middle-aged Caucasian male with brown hair and graying facial hair. He was wearing glasses and had a distinct walk. Police believe he was driving a black or dark-colored Saturn L200 or similar type four-door sedan.
Officials ask anyone who recognizes the man or the vehicle to call Officer Ben Enstrom at 608-824-7300 and mention incident No. 16-10983.
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