Brian Entin reports
Police say the man used ATMs to steal money from victims.
BOCA RATON, Fla. - Boca Raton Police say a Hallandale Beach man stole identities and then made fake credit cards.
Foaud Dahdah is charged with over sixty counts including forgery, fraudulent use of credit, and theft among other charges.
Police say he went to ATMs around Palm Beach county over the past seven months stealing money out of unsuspecting victim's accounts.
"You figure he was taking a thousand dollars a day..he was making a pretty good living doing what he was doing against other people," Mark Economou with Boca Police said.
Investigators say Dahdah lives in Hallandale Beach and was traveling to Palm Beach County and using fake credit cards to steal money out of people's accounts using ATMs.
Police say a Publix manager in Boynton Beach noticed Dahdah outside his store and notified police.
He remains behind bars at the Palm Beach County Jail.