What in the Vols Nation is going on in Knoxville this fall? University of Tennessee police are now looking for yet another Vols fan who is wanted for stealing a credit card to make purchases at a football game. Two weeks ago, campus police announced they were hunting for a guy who stole a credit card at a September 2 game and now the police are looking for Peyton Manning Guy for pulling a similar stunt at the September 18 game against Tennessee Tech.
In this recent case, the fan is accused of making purchases in the stadium and then adding on even more charges around Knoxville with a grand total of $500 used on the stolen card.
Get a good look at the alleged Peyton Manning Fan/Credit Card Thief. Send in your tips to the police department and help stop this sudden surge in credit card thievery at Vols games.
Send tips to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call police at 865-974-3114
Recognize this person? The suspect stole a credit card and cash from a family at the 9/18 football game and made $500 in purchases inside Neyland Stadium and at businesses around Knoxville. If you can identify the suspect, please contact 865-974-3114 or email@example.com pic.twitter.com/BSSJHeZyjw
— UT Police (@UTPolice) September 30, 2021
As for the September 2 credit card thief, Vols Nation stepped up and help police identify the man. The last thing a criminal wants to do right now is give Vols Nation something to do while the football team is busy getting thumped by Florida. If there’s any good news for Vols thieves, it’s that the schedule softens up for a couple of weeks before Ole Miss and Alabama.
UPDATE: We appreciate the community’s help. We have been able to identify this suspect, thanks to tips from social media. We have warrants on file for his arrest and are working toward prosecution. Your help made the difference! https://t.co/1YlPLQoORv
— UT Police (@UTPolice) September 21, 2021