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Suspect in Credit Card Fraud
(May 15, 2011) Harford County Sheriff's Office deputies received a report for a stolen credit card from a purse that occurred at Panera Breads in Bel Air, MD on April 14th sometime between 12:30 pm and 1pm. The victim recalled being bumped by a Hispanic male between 5'1" and 5'7" tall with black hair. He was wearing a gray or light colored shirt.
The victim's credit card was used fraudulently at a variety of stores in Harford County, MD and the Wilmington DE area on April 15, 2011. The individuals in the photos purchased several high dollar electronics, clothing and gift cards with the victim's credit cards. The persons in the photo are described as a well dressed Hispanic male with black hair and a Hispanic female with short brown hair carrying a large purse with two white stripes down the side.
In addition to the photos, investigators have determined that the suspects appear to be using a newer model Toyota Corolla with New York license plates containing the letter "F" and possibly the numerical digits "47". They are believed to be connected with a similar theft that occurred at a Panera Breads in Glen Burnie, MD. Investigators also suspect that the individuals depicted in the photos are traveling the I-95 corridor targeting customers of this restaurant.
|Date:||May 18, 2011|
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Anyone with information regarding this case is encouraged to contact:
- Detective Chris Rothlingshofer