A wanted suspect is now in police custody thanks to people spreading the word about his activity.
The Lower Southampton Township Police advised citizens to watch out for 57-year-old Frank Tobolsky two weeks ago, alleging he tricked a victim into paying out $7,500 for a property in Marlton, New Jersey.
The ill-fated Feasterville investor contacted police when Tobolsky deposited the check using his own ID without ever holding up his end of the deal.
“It appears that he does not care about his concealing his identity or wrongdoing,” the LSPD originally posted on Crimewatch.
Investigators found Tobolsky was arrested back in March on charges he pulled a similar stunt. He allegedly sold a fake Philadelphia Eagles ticket license for $9,400 and then used the money to gamble in Atlantic City.
The serial scam artist suspect turned himself in Thursday upon seeing his face plastered all over the web.
Tobolsky is now being held on $10,000 bail and awaiting trial. His charges include theft by deception, deceptive business practices, and tampering with records.