Authorities released a photo of a man who is accused of using a credit card stolen during an auto burglary in Slaughterville, Oklahoma.
According to the Cleveland County Sheriff's office, between 7 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on October 9, three vehicles were burglarized during a gathering at the Slaughterville Town Hall, located at 10701 US 77.
The thieves reportedly stole an ignition key, checkbook, laptop computer, $200 in cash, clothes, eye glass case and a credit card from the vehicles.
A security camera at a Norman convenience store captured a man using the stolen credit card later that evening. According to the Sheriff's office, the video recorded the man exiting a silver-colored Dodge SUV before he entered the store.
The card was also used at three other stores in Norman, according to the Sheriff's office.
The suspect is described as a white male between 30 and 45 years old. He weighs between 170 and 220 pounds, and he stands between 5 feet and 8 inches and 6 feet and 2 inches tall.
Detectives believe the man has black, possibly dark brown hair with a mustache and beard.
The Sheriff's office released a surveillance photo of the suspect on Tuesday, October 28. If you have any information, call the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office at (405)-701-8888 or the CCSO Tip Line at (405)-701-8870.