Charleston police are looking for a man they say stole cash and an ATM card from two elderly men earlier this month.
A photo shows the man, identified only as Trey, using the stolen card at a local gas station, police said Tuesday.
The victims live at the Ansonborough House at 71 Society St., according to the police report. The apartments are reserved for low-income seniors.
A 71-year-old resident told police a man took $30 from his wallet while visiting his apartment Feb. 4. He could only identify the man as Trey and said he met him at a church dinner across the street.
A 68-year-old man told police Trey asked him to loan him some money for cab fare later that day and they went to an ATM together. The older man had trouble using the card, and Trey offered to help. The victim said Trey tricked him into thinking he got his card back but Trey kept it. Almost $445 worth of fraudulent charges at several area gas stations showed up after the theft.
Trey is about 6 feet tall and weighs about 180 pounds, according to the report.
Reach Dave Munday at 937-5553.