UPDATE: This story has been updated to include the arrest of Jesus Humberto Blanco

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (ValleyCentral) — A waiter was arrested after allegedly using a money-tranfer app to steal $50 from a customer’s credit card, according to the Brownsville Police Department.

Jesus Humberto Blanco, 28, was arrested Feb. 8 on charges of credit abuse, the police department said.

On Monday, the police department told ValleyCentral that the money was transferred Feb. 1 at a restaurant on the 2400 block of Pablo Kislel Boulevard where Blanco was working as a waiter. Blanco allegedly used a customer’s credit card to send himself $50 through Cash App, according to police.

Investigators took a statement from Blanco to give him the chance to tell his side, said Investigator Martin Sandoval, a public spokesman for the police department.

“The detective was able to gather enough information for a warrant and tried calling him,” Sandoval told ValleyCentral. “He hasn’t answered his phone.”

As of Monday, Blanco had not returned any messages or phone calls and had stopped making contact with authorities, Sandoval said. Therefore, the department released his information on its website, seeking the public’s help.