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OKC Police Look For Man Accused Of Using Stolen Credit Card

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On Wednesday, August 27, police released a surveillance video of a man who is suspected of using one of these stolen credit cards. On Wednesday, August 27, police released a surveillance video of a man who is suspected of using one of these stolen credit cards.
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Oklahoma City police are looking for a man who reportedly used a credit card that was stolen during an auto burglary. 

According to police, on July 3, a man reported to police that someone had broken into his wife’s vehicle at Earlywine Water Park, located at 3101 S.W. 119th Street.

The victim said multiple items, including credit cards and a checkbook, were stolen from the vehicle. Police learned that the credit cards were used at several businesses, including a 7-Eleven store, a Shell gas station, Family Dollar, Office Depot, and Game Stop.

On Wednesday, August 27, police released a surveillance video of a man who is suspected of using one of these stolen credit cards. If you recognize him, or have any information, call Crime Stoppers (405)-235-7300.

Callers can remain anonymous, and may be eligible for a cash reward.

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