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In three steps, man steals from Rogers bank, sheriff's department says

The Bell County Sheriff's Department says the man deposited forged checks in an account then withdrew it from an ATM.

ROGERS, Texas — The Bell County Sheriff's Department released surveillance photos Wednesday of a man they say stole money from a bank in Rogers.

The man allegedly opened an account at the bank using a fake name, deposited forged checks into that account then withdrew money from the account at an ATM.

The sheriff's department said the man drives a blue Dodge four door truck with a chrome diamond finished toolbox in the bed.

The sheriff's department did not release how much money the man took.

Anyone who recognizes the man should call 254-933-5435.

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