Sparta Police look for man passing bad checks

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SPARTA, Wis. (WEAU) Police in western Wisconsin are looking for a man accused of passing fraudulent checks.

Sparta Police say the suspect is giving fake checks from "Garanty Bank, FDIC."

Officers say the printed checks have names and driver license numbers that are fake, and the addresses used are homes that are for sale.

The suspect is described as a white man with stocky build.

Police say the car he was last seen riding in was found, but he wasn't with it.

Police are saying businesses should be cautious when accepting checks from "Garanty Bank, FDIC."

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