A Wells Fargo employee was arrested last month when an undercover police officer observed him committing bank fraud.
Marietta police urged Wells Fargo customers to check their bank accounts after Kwasi Adadevoh, 24, was arrested for using customer information to commit fraud.
According to AJC.com, the incident occurred in the 600 block of Roswell Street about 11:30 p.m. Sept. 28.
An undercover officer in an unmarked car observed a male wearing gloves and a dark hoodie at a Wells Fago ATM machine.
The officer watched the man "sprint back to a vehicle that was parked 100 yards away,” police Officer Brittany Wallace said Tuesday.
The officer called for backup, and a patrol unit arrived and blocked the vehicle from leaving the parking lot.
Officers searched the car and found several bank documents that were not in Adadevoh's name.
“Upon search of Adadevoh’s vehicle it was determined that he was an employee at a Wells Fargo Bank and he was committing fraudulent activity with multiple accounts by using Wells Fargo customer’s information,” Wallace said.
Police also found amphetamines and marijuana in the vehicle, Wallace said.
Adadevoh was booked into the Cobb County Adult Detention Center and released on Sept. 29 on $8,000 bond, sheriff’s office spokesman Robert Quigley said.
Wells Fargo is investigating the incident.