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CPD looking for men who forged checks
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 Covington police are looking for two men who cashed about $2,400 in forged checks from a Covington bank last week, according to a Covington Police Department report.

 The perpetrators, whose images were caught on camera, came to the Farmer's and Merchant's Bank on May 13 and 14 with checks allegedly from the city of Homerville, according to the report.

 One man, who presented himself as Kendall Malone of Columbus, Ohio, came into the bank at around noon on May 13 and presented a $1,677.58 check to be cashed. He was described in the report as a black male with a mustache wearing a black T-shirt.

 The other man identified himself as Stanley L. Brown and cashed a $1,736.18 check on May 14 shortly before noon.

 He is described as having a goatee and wearing a white T-shirt and brown and white plaid shirt.

 Anyone with information on the incident or the driver can contact Covington police at (770) 786-7605. Tips can be left anonymously at