Alleged fraudster sought
Albany police are looking to identify a man they believe is responsible for a series of fraud offences committed across the Great Southern in the past week.
Police say the man, described as eastern European, had requested change for $100 notes at businesses and allegedly taken cash without staff knowing during the transaction.
Five fraud offences have allegedly been committed since July 27 at businesses in Albany, Mt Barker, Tambellup, Cranbrook and Walpole. Offences have also been reported in Margaret River and Dunsborough, as well as in Queensland.
Police have warned businesses not to provide change for $100 notes from the man pictured.
He is believed to be travelling in a hire car, possibly a silver 2015 Toyota Corolla.
Anyone who believes they have been a victim or who has seen the man exchange money is asked to contact Crime Stoppers by phoning 1800 333 000.
Albany police are seeking the identity of this man.