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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Missing Soledad, California man named 'person of interest' in credit union embezzlement

Soledad police said a 30-year-old musician reported missing by his family last week is being sought as a “person of interest” in an embezzlement investigation.Lt. Jaime Fernandez said this morning that officers are seeking Chris Alcaraz to interview him about“quite a bit of money” that was stolen from the Unified Correctional Federal Credit Union in Soledad.Alcaraz was last seen at 5 a.m. May 12 leaving forwork in his white 1996 Ford Crown Victoria with a California license plate of #6EFG029. He is described as 5-feet-7 inches tall and 200 pounds. Alcaraz was reported missing on Friday.Cindy Enriquez, his cousin, said Sunday that Alcaraz had not taken any personal belongings with himwhen he left.A Facebook page called ‘Missing Chris Alcaraz,’ was set up by the family in hopes of spreading the message of their missing loved one.
Fernandez said they are not calling Alcaraz a suspect in the embezzlement case, which was opened at least two days before his disappearance.To report information about Chris Alcaraz, 30, of Soledad, contact 911 or the Soledad Police Department at 831-682-1701.

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