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Thefts detailed in missing credit card case; Fort Wayne Police seek aid in ID'ing a suspect

The Fort Wayne Police Department needs the public's help in identifying the woman captured in this surveillance photo related to the theft of credit cards. (Photo courtesy of the FWPD)
The Fort Wayne Police Department needs the public's help in identifying the woman captured in this surveillance photo related to the theft of credit cards. (Photo courtesy of the FWPD)

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-260-436-STOP (1-260-436-7867).
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Wednesday, September 18, 2013 08:10 am
The Fort Wayne Police Department needs the public's help in identifying a woman seen in a surveillance image related to the theft of credit cards. On Aug. 25, a man called police to report that his wallet went missing at around 11:30 p.m. Aug. 23 while he was at the BP gas station at 7418 S. Anthony Blvd., according to an FWPD report. He said several transactions later had been made on his Midwest VISA debit card and his International Union of Bricklayers Local 4 VISA card. Transactions on the Midwest VISA occurred at JC Penney, Target and Sears on Aug. 25. The report blacked out the amount of illegal charges.

Charges on the union VISA were made 8:36 a.m.-3:43 p.m. Aug. 24 at a Marathon gas station, Dollar General, Save A Lot, Sears, Family Dollar, Lassus, FSA and Kmart.

The black leather wallet also contained cash, a driver's license, a Best Buy credit card, a Citibank VISA card, a Chase MasterCard and an Office Depot credit card.

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Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-260-436-STOP (1-260-436-7867).

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