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DSP Seek Suspects in Series of Credit Card Thefts

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Suspects caught on video surveillance (Photo: Delaware State Police) Suspects caught on video surveillance (Photo: Delaware State Police)
The vehicle police believe may belong to one of the suspects (Photo: Delaware State Police) The vehicle police believe may belong to one of the suspects (Photo: Delaware State Police)
Another possible vehicle belonging to one of the suspects (Photo: Delaware State Police) Another possible vehicle belonging to one of the suspects (Photo: Delaware State Police)

KENT COUNTY, Del. - (WBOC) The Delaware State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects who they say are connected to a series of stolen credit card charges in Kent County.

The first fraudulent charge was reported in July when a woman misplaced two credit cards that were later used for a $500 purchase at the Milford Wal-Mart, according to police. A month later, police say a similar incident occurred when another woman's stolen credit cards were used for over $3,000 at the Cheswold Wal-Mart and the Dover Sam's Club.

After checking surveillance video at all of the locations, police say two male suspects were seen entering and leaving the stores near the times of the purchases. Police describe one of the suspect as appearing to be a white male with a beard and glasses, while the other is a black male wearing a baseball hat. They are believed to be driving either a burgundy Jeep Cherokee or silver SUV.

If you have information about the suspects or the case, please contact Detective T. Valeski at 302-741-2808 or call Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333. You may also visit www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com to provide information or text 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword "DSP" to give an anonymous tip.

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