Texas police arrested a man they said was using fake identification to cash checks, KHOU reported.
The Fort Bend County Constable's Office, Precinct 2, posted photos of the suspect, who was not identified, in a Facebook post.
The man was arrested at a Regions Bank in Katy on Wednesday, KHOU reported. He was charged with using a fraudulent ID and theft, the television station said.
Police said $6,200 in cash was recovered.
According to authorities, the man had "multiple fake IDs" and had gone to several banks in the area.
"This is a rare occurrence but our quick response caught him in the act," the Constable's Office posted on Facebook.
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