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Edmond Police Seek 4 Suspects Using Stolen Credit Cards At Moore Walmart

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Surveillance picture of one of the suspects. Surveillance picture of one of the suspects.
Surveillance picture of one of the suspects. Surveillance picture of one of the suspects.
Surveillance picture of one of the suspects. Surveillance picture of one of the suspects.
Surveillance picture of one of the suspects. Surveillance picture of one of the suspects.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

Edmond police are looking for four suspects who used and attempted to use credit cards that were reported stolen in auto burglary case.

Police say two couples showed up at a Wal-Mart store in Moore. The couples were in separate cars, but arrived at the same time. The four were all caught on surveillance video.

Police say the two women took turns making purchases with the stolen cards. The purchases were for $172.76 and $237.45. The two men tried to use another stolen credit card approximately six times while at the store, but the card was denied because the victim had already canceled the card.

The cards were reported stolen in Edmond on February 4. According to a police report, the victim told police someone broke out the rear passenger window of her SUV and stole her purse, which contained various credit and bank card, a personal check book and $200 cash. The burglars also got away with a watch and two rings. The victim said her locked car was parked in the driveway.

If you recognize any of the suspects or have any information about these crimes, contact the Edmond Police Department.

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