Police seek identification of alleged credit-card theives

Surveillance photos of credit card subjects, released by police.



The Mesa County Sheriff’s Department is hoping someone recognizes two alleged credit-card thieves captured on surveillance camera.

In late June, a credit card was stolen out of the victim’s unlocked vehicle, in the 3000 block of McKenna Court in Grand Junction. The credit card was successfully used on June 27 at a local Dairy Queen and Wal-Mart, charging unauthorized items totaling nearly $400.

One suspect is descrbed as a white female in her late teens or early 20s, with long dark hair. In the surveillance video she’s wearing a black short-sleeved shirt with blue shorts.

Another suspect is described as a white male, also in his late teens or early 20s. In the surveillance video he’s wearing a baseball hat, a dark-colored T-shirt, and dark pants.

Anyone with information about these suspects or this incident should contact Crimestoppers at: (970) 241-STOP or text tips to: TIP729


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