Federal officials in the United States said a foreign national, who stole an American’s identity, may be Antiguan.
The man was convicted in federal court in Baltimore on Friday charges of passport fraud, Social Security fraud, aggravated identity theft and voter fraud.
The US Attorney’s Office is now trying to identify the man they refer to as John Doe. He faces decades in prison at sentencing in February.
Doe stole the identity of Cheyenne Moody Davis, who born in the US Virgin Islands in the late 1990s, court documents said.
Doe is believed to be from Antigua, Barbuda, or Jamaica.
Starting in 1997, Doe used Davis’ personal information to get a Maryland state identification card and numerous Maryland driver’s licenses, according to court documents. Doe also got a U.S. passport and a Social Security card, and registered to vote.
Doe voted in the 2016 presidential election, prosecutors said.
The Diplomatic Security Service posted Doe’s photo and information on its website seeking help to discover his identity.
He is believed to be in his early to mid-40s, is 5’8″ tall, has light brown eyes and may use the pseudonyms Chris or Richie.