Transcript for 'Internet Casanova' Thief Allegedly Caught in Sting
brought you a few months ago. The so-called internet casanova, raymond holycroft, using aliases to steal the hearts and the money of women in several states. Linsey davis has the story. He's being called the internet casanova. He was extremely charming. He seemed very smart and very charismatic. Reporter: But this morning, raymond holycross isn't accused of breaking hearts. He's accused of breaking the law. He had been texting over 25, 30 different women. Meeting up with seven, eight women a day, when he said he was supposedly at work. Reporter: In just a few hours, the 29-year-old will be arraigned before an indiana judge, after allegedly scamming and robbing 38 women in 7 states. He relies on girls he meets on the internet to provide him what he needs to get through life. Reporter: Police say holycross has logged on to dating website, stealing not just the hearts of the women he met, but taking everything they own. Theresa says she was one of those victims. These are all the different texts, from all of the different women. Reporter: She had been scammed by holycross, who she knew as ray price since september. He had moved in. Then, her camera disappeared. And I found a receipt for a pawnshop. And it was for my camera. Reporter: She says holycross denies selling it. But when she went to police, he moved out. But she still wanted him stopped. So, she texted him and initiated a reunion earlier this week. When he flew back into town to see her, she called police. That's when I found out all the information about all of the websites and the dating sites. I think he should pay for what he did. Reporter: For "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york.
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