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Salisbury Police Seek Fraud Suspects

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Call the Salisbury Police Department at (410) 548-3165 if you recognize these suspects. Call the Salisbury Police Department at (410) 548-3165 if you recognize these suspects.

SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury police are asking the public's help in identifying two suspects wanted in connection with a fraud investigation.

According to police, in early February the unidentified suspects used a stolen debit card to make more than $2,000 in fraudulent purchases. 

Anyone with information on the identities of the pictured suspects is asked to contact the Salisbury Police Department at (410) 548-3165 or Crime Solvers at (410) 548-1776.

Crime Solvers routinely pays cash rewards in amounts up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest. Police said callers in this case who provide information, even anonymously, will be eligible for a cash reward.

 

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