SALISBURY, Md.- Police have arrested two suspects accused of cashing forged checks at businesses in the Salisbury area.
The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office reports that early last month a deputy began an investigation into the theft of blank checks and their subsequent forgery and cashing at Salisbury area businesses.
Police said an investigation revealed that the complainant discovered more than $400 in unauthorized checks had been cashed, which led the deputy to investigate at the establishments where the checks were presented.
Investigators said that upon review of surveillance videos, the pair responsible for presenting the forged checks was identified as two co-workers of the victim, 43-year-old Suzane Taylor of Laurel, Del., and 22-year-old Amanda Moore of Salisbury.
The deputy obtained warrants for the arrests of Taylor and Moore on theft and forgery charges. Taylor was arrested on May 24 and Moore on May 31.Both were charged with theft and forgery. Taylor was ordered held in the Wicomico County Detention Center in lieu of $10,000 bond, while Moore was released on personal recognizance.