Pine Bluff police are asking for help in locating two people wanted for thefts in separate incidents.
According to a news release from police, David A. Miller, 34, whose last known address was in North Little Rock, is being sought on probable cause of forgery and theft, and Kelli Shavers, 34, is wanted on probable cause of theft of property.
Regarding Miller, he is wanted after an incident at Browning’s Package Store at 1709 N. University Drive on Aug. 21.
According to the police report, Jeff Browning said a white male, later identified as Miller, came into the store and cashed a check for $1,200. Browning said he called the number on the check and spoke to a man who identified himself as Jim Howard who told Browning that Miller worked for him.
Browning said he cashed the check and Miller got into the passenger seat of a maroon GMC pickup driven by a black male and left the scene. A few days later, the bank called Browning and said the account had been closed. Browning said he called the number on the check and it was no longer in service.
Police said the truck had Arkansas License Plate 612-THD, which did not return to the vehicle.
Regarding Shavers, Detective Scott Norton was sent to McDonald’s at 3610 S. Camden Road on Aug. 18 in reference to stolen money. The manager, Chris Wilson, reported that he was notified by Relyance Bank that the deposits from the weekend were not there. Wilson said he went to the bank and confirmed that the deposits were not there and called police.
Wilson told police Shavers had been the manager over the weekend and had logged that she had made deposits into the store account. According to Wilson, Shavers noted that she deposited $3,587.20 on Aug. 15, $2,528.98 on Aug. 16, and $2,195.05 on Aug. 17 for a total of $8,272.23 missing.
Shavers is a white female, age 34, approximately 5-feet, 8-inches tall, with brown hair and blue eyes. She was last known to be driving a 2000 white Nissan Pathfinder with an unknown license plate number.
Anyone with information on Miller or Shavers should contact the Detective Division at 730-2090 or the dispatch center at 541-5300. All calls will be kept confidential.