AUSTIN -- Richard Overton, the oldest living World War II veteran in the United States, has had his bank account compromised, his cousin confirmed to KVUE.

The 112-year-old's cousin, Volma Overton Jr., told KVUE that he noticed on June 27 that there were four debits from Overton's bank account. Volma said it turns out that a company that buys savings bonds is behind it. He did not say how much was in the account, or how much was taken, but Volma said a very large amount of money was taken from Overton.

Austin police said a police report was filed Friday afternoon and multiple agencies are investigating the case.

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