• Warrant issued for man accused of impersonating bank customers

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    PITTSBURGH - The Allegheny County District Attorney’s office has issued an arrest warrant for a New York man accused of making bogus withdrawals at various banks.

    Authorities said James Jones, of Bronx, N.Y., is accused of using withdrawal slips at various banks to impersonate customers and take money out the customer’s account.

    According to the district attorney’s office, Jones made one of the bogus withdrawals at the PNC Bank on Penn Avenue in Wilkinsburg.

    Investigators said they’re not sure how Jones is getting the bank account information for the people he is impersonating.

    Anyone with information on Jones’ whereabouts is asked to call the district attorney’s office at 412-388-5300.

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