COLONIE, N.Y. -- Police in Colonie are looking for three people involved in a credit union loan scam.
According to police, two women and one man are using counterfeit driver's licenses, forged pay stubs, and stolen personal information to apply for loans. Officers said they have attempted to apply for loans three different times. The trio has only succeeded once.
Police said the woman was successful in receiving a $15,000 loan from Capital Communications Federal Credit Union.
All three suspects could face several charges, including grand larceny, attempted grand larceny, and identity theft.
Capital Communications Federal Credit Union is working with police to identify the suspects. According to credit union officials, protecting the credit union and its members is a top priority.
The credit union released a statement, "Our Risk Department is always working to stay ahead of loan fraud such as this, and we support the Colonie Police Department in their effort to bring these fraudsters to justice."
Anyone with information regarding the suspects is asked to contact Colonie Police.