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OKC Police Seek 2 Women Accused Of Using Stolen Credit Card

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On Friday, police released a surveillance video from the Walmart near Interstate 40 and S. MacArthur Boulevard that shows the suspected women using the stolen credit card in the automotive section. On Friday, police released a surveillance video from the Walmart near Interstate 40 and S. MacArthur Boulevard that shows the suspected women using the stolen credit card in the automotive section.
Still photo of one of the suspects at a Sam's Club. Still photo of one of the suspects at a Sam's Club.
OKLAHOMA CITY -

Oklahoma City police are looking for two women who reportedly used a credit card that was stolen during an auto burglary.

According to the crime report, on Sept. 21, a woman reported that someone broke into her friend's vehicle on Sept. 20 at Gordon Cooper Boulevard and Interstate 40 and stole her purse.

On Sept. 23, the owner of the car contacted authorities and filed a separate report detailing the items stolen, which included credit cards and a checkbook.

The man told police he attempted to cancel the credit cards, but the suspects had already used the cards with charges totaling up to $1,900, as well as $220.00 in forged checks. Police learned the credit cards were used at several businesses, including a Sam's Club, Walmart, Shell, Office Depot, Jack in the Box, OnCue and 7-Eleven.

On Friday, police released a surveillance video from the Walmart near Interstate 40 and S. MacArthur Boulevard that shows the suspected women using the stolen credit card in the automotive section.

If you recognize them or have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 405-235-7300.

 

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