Missing Boulder Man’s Credit Card Used Fraudulently
The Boulder County Sheriff's Office is hoping the public can help them find a missing Boulder County man. 48-year-old Robert Racansky was last seen November 26th. His credit card was used fraudulently on December 18th at stores in Boulder by a man and woman. Mr. Racansky is 5'10" with gray eyes, a shaved head and 220 pounds.
Additionally, Racansky’s truck is missing as well. It's a black 2013 Toyota Tacoma pickup extended cab with the license plate number of 669-YRI.
Mr. Racansky’s credit card was fraudulently used on December 18, 2017, between 12:30 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. at the King Soopers located at 3600 Table Mesa Drive in Boulder, and at the Safeway located at 2798 Arapahoe Avenue in Boulder.
These photos feature the suspects who are believed to have made the fraudulent transactions at the grocery stores and the vehicle the suspects were seen in. The vehicle is believed to be a 2006-2009 Toyota 4-Runner, dark color, fold down bike rack, disability placard hanging off of the front rear view mirror, rear temporary tag from an unknown state.
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Mr. Racansky, his vehicle, or the identity of the credit card suspects, please contact Detective Mark Spurgeon at (303) 441-3615 or email@example.com