TUCSON (KVOA) - Pima County Sheriff's Department is on the lookout for a man in connection to a suspicious transaction made at a Green Valley bank on Aug. 11.
At around 11:30 a.m. that day, an elderly customer reported entered the BBVA Bank located at 81 W. Esperanza Blvd. near Interstate-19 with an unknown man to cash in a check.
PCSD said after determining that the check belonged to the elderly customer, the bank staff questioned the man who reportedly "became defensive and left the bank."
After speaking with the elderly customer, the deputies learned that the man made contact with the elderly customer at his residence months prior to the visit to the bank. PCSD said the elderly customer reportedly gave the man various amounts of cash over multiple occurrences prior to the transaction on Aug. 11.
PCSD has since named this man as a person of interest.
The person of interest was described as a Hispanic man in his 40's with a heavy build and buzzed head. He was said to have a clean trimmed goatee.
The man was last seen wearing a silver and gold watch on his left arm, a large gold pinky ring with a square diamond on top of his left and and dark prescription glasses.
He was said to be associated with an older four-door silver or blue Mercedes sedan.
He was said to have entered a vehicle fitting that description with a female driver.
Anyone with information is advised to call 911 or 88-CRIME.