Authorities searching for man who tried to withdraw cash from another man's bank account, Charleston County sheriff's deputies say

Charleston County sheriff's deputies are searching for this man, who reportedly tried to withdraw cash from another man's bank account. (Provided)

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Charleston County sheriff's deputies on Tuesday asked for the public's help identifying a man who reportedly tried to withdraw cash from another man's bank account.

One of two surveillance images released by deputies showed a man at an ATM near the Citadel Mall. He man had short hair and a full beard and wore a blue T-shirt with a long-sleeved white shirt underneath.

According to an incident report, a second man told investigators that he lost his wallet sometime in March. The suspect, who the victim believed was named "Larry Green," deposited two checks for $361 and $560 into the bank account, then attempted to withdraw cash, the report said.

Investigators later determined that the name "Larry Green" was a fake name used by the suspect, sheriff's Maj. Eric Watson said.

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