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Ocean City Police Searching for Credit Card Theft Suspects

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Video surveillance photos of the credit card fraud suspects, provided by the Ocean City Police Department Video surveillance photos of the credit card fraud suspects, provided by the Ocean City Police Department
OCEAN CITY, Md.- Ocean City police are asking the public's help in identifying two suspects accused of using a stolen credit card at businesses on and around the boardwalk.

Authorities said a woman's purse was stolen from her car on June 3, and she noticed unauthorized charges on a credit card shortly thereafter. The two suspects, acting together, used the card to make fraudulent charges at numerous businesses, according to police.

Police said the first suspect is a heavy-set, white female with blonde hair, and the second suspect is a tall, thin white male with a dark goatee. Police have gathered surveillance footage, and provided photos of the suspects.

Anyone with information about the suspects' identifies is asked to contact Pfc. Joseph Zurla at (410) 520-5384 or jzurla@oceancitymd.gov. Citizens can also contact the OCPD Crime Tips Hotline at (410) 520-5136.
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