DULUTH, Ga. - Duluth police are looking for an identity thief suspect who they said is living a permanent vacation on someone else's dime.
Investigators said the suspect, Marc Anthony Stubblefield, has assumed some of the victims’ identities.
“Everything that this individual had, this victim had, this perpetrator was able to get into,” said Duluth Detective Fran Foster.
Foster said her investigation began when a local man said someone hacked several of his accounts, including bank and credit card accounts, eBay profiles, hotel rewards memberships, even his Lifelock account.
“He not only hacked into it once,” Foster said. “He hacked into it four times."
Foster believes Stubblefield has stolen the identities of at least nine people. She said he has victims in his home state of Michigan, two in Georgia and others in Illinois.
Foster said the suspect has had several weekend getaways that haven't cost him a penny. She said when he travels he often goes by the names of his alleged victims.
Police: Suspect assumes identifies of ID theft victims
Officer 'regrets situation' that led to shooting Georgia Tech student
Bond granted for suspects in violent Georgia Tech protests
VIDEO: Teacher is repeatedly slapped during fight between students
East Lake Golf Club cleans up Irma damage before PGA TOUR Championship