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Police believe the man created a fake ID using the victim's name and proceeded to open instant credit accounts at several retailers.

Police are looking for a suspect wanted for racking up more than $3,000 of credit card charges using someone else's name.

Police believe the man created a fake ID using the victim's name and proceeded to open instant credit accounts at several retailers. They say they're still trying to find out how the suspect got the victim's information.

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The suspect got away with mostly D.J and music equipment. Anyone with information is asked to call Champaign County Crime Stoppers at (217) 373-TIPS.

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