With the stolen money, the couple sold expensive items, such as mower mowers, tractors and equipment.
Homer Ulowers A couple is believed to have earned more than $ 1 million in major theft related to the purchase.
Including wheels, tractors and luggage.
Jimmy McBride and Brendan Butler have been using financial theft data for almost two years.
Forest N Forest police sold articles on the internet and said in a statement.
The search began in June 2018 when a Lake County resident said her home was stoned, police said.
The investigation, which eventually took over the US Secretary of State, the DIA and the Chicago Police, eventually led to
Butler is 22 years old.
The police seized several devices using forged documents and credit cards. Officials also detained two people
On the security of electronic devices, scammers, cars, computers, cell phones, hidden objects and so on.
The police say it’s home.
Officials believe that MacBarid started with information called the Internet. As the name suggests
They then used their driving license number to create credit cards and false documents.
The police chief’s office said in a statement that the Will County investigation was large.
McBride is charged with two counts of unlawful use of a firearm and aggravated identity theft
According to district records, McBarid was given $ 250,000 bail.
In McBarids criminal history, in 2011 he was sentenced to three years in prison for federal theft and bank fraud.
The financial crime company is involved in various crimes against people.
Fake credit cards. He was released on $ 75,000 bail.
Two men returned to Willi County on June 25.