to some aware employees at PetSmart, officers of the Douglasville Police Department were able to arrest William
Bush, who was suspect in more than 15 entering autos and had more than 50 counts of
financial card and identity fraud charges, according to the police department's Facebook page.
The DVPD has been investigating
and trying to locate Bush with the assistance of the U.S. Marshall's
Service for several months. Flyers were given out to stores in the area
where he was known to frequent and use stolen
credit cards. The employees at PetSmart called 911 when Bush came to their store on Sunday.
"This is a
great example of the best kind of law enforcement," reads the police Facebook page, "which takes place
when citizens keep aware of what is going on around them and call in
suspicious people/activity. The employees at Petsmart have kept other
citizens and neighbors of Douglasville and Douglas County from becoming
victims of William Bush."