Group seen stealing checks from churches in St. Charles County

ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. — Police are asking the public for help in identifying and locating four people who were seen stealing checks from St. Charles County church mailboxes.

The thefts occurred between the first week of June and the first week of August, according to a spokesman for the St. Charles County Police Department. Three different vehicles were seen on surveillance cameras pulling up to the mailboxes as the thieves searched for checks.

The thieves later cashed the checks through unknown persons and means, police said.

The people who wrote the checks didn’t know they had been stolen, and the churches didn’t know the checks had been mailed.

Investigators released surveillance footage of the suspects, which you can check out below.

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The suspects’ vehicles were described as follows:

  • Newer model Mercedes ML 350, color silver, with a temporary number plate 501304F4 in unknown condition.
  • Newer 4-door sedan, black, without a rear sign and with international registration number MDT5612 at the front.
  • Newer Honda minivan with temporary number plate 94153L-9 in unknown condition.

Police are warning St. Charles County residents to contact their local church or parochial school to confirm they received the checks that were sent.

Anyone with information about anyone appearing in the surveillance footage is asked to contact Detective Michael J. Yarbrough of the St. Charles County Police Department at 636-949-3000 (ext. 5440) or email at to contact Group seen stealing checks from churches in St. Charles County

Sarah Y. Kim

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