Police: Man bought $100K worth with fake credit card

A surveillance photo of a man who is suspected of purchasing over $100,000 worth of items with a fraudulent credit card, between Beaverton and Seattle, since April 19, 2013. Undated. (Beaverton Police Department)
A surveillance photo of a man who is suspected of purchasing over $100,000 worth of items with a fraudulent credit card, between Beaverton and Seattle, since April 19, 2013. Undated. (Beaverton Police Department)

(KOIN) – Investigators are searching for a man who is suspected of purchasing over $100,000 worth of items with a fraudulent credit card.

A surveillance photo of a man who is suspected of purchasing over $100,000 worth of items with a fraudulent credit card, between Beaverton and Seattle, since April 19, 2013. Undated. (Beaverton Police Department)
 (Beaverton Police Department)

Beaverton police report that beginning April 19 the suspect has used an American Express card encoded with stolen account numbers to make purchases from Seattle down to Beaverton.

When making the purchases, he identifies himself as 28-year-old Bryan Gomez Caballer, and shows a Puerto Rican driver’s license. The license and name are believed to be false, Beaverton police said.

Surveillance photos of the man have been released. He is usually dressed in suits and name-brand clothing.

Anyone with information on his identity is asked to call Beaverton police at 503-629-0111.

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