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Police: Masked person used missing Post Falls man’s ATM card, pickup

Screen capture of ATM surveillance video showing an unidentified person driving Bo Kirk’s vehicle and using his ATM card. (Post Falls Police Department)
Screen capture of ATM surveillance video showing an unidentified person driving Bo Kirk’s vehicle and using his ATM card. (Post Falls Police Department)

Post Falls police are looking for a person who used an ATM card belonging to a medical professional who’s been missing since Saturday night and whose truck was found engulfed in flames.

Authorities released a video captured by surveillance cameras just before 9 p.m. Saturday. The person in the video, who is wearing a mask, stocking hat and bulky flannel sweater, is driving the truck belonging to 41-year-old William “Bo” Kirk.

Police said the person also used Kirk’s ATM card to withdraw an undisclosed amount of cash.

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Authorities are still searching for Kirk, who was supposed to arrive home around 7:20 p.m. Saturday after a shift at Northwest Specialty Hospital in Post Falls. Kirk’s truck was found on fire in northern Kootenai County about an hour after the video was taken.

Kirk stands 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighs 170 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing dark-colored medical scrubs.

Anyone with information about the person in the video, or Kirk’s whereabouts, is asked to contact the Post Falls Police Department at (208) 773-3517. Tips can also be submitted to the Post Falls Police Department Facebook page.

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