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Deputies release photo of man accused of using stolen credit card
Wednesday, December 11, 2013

LEXINGTON COUNTY, SC (WIS)- Richland County Sheriff's deputies have released a surveillance photo of one of two men wanted for using a stolen credit card.

Sheriff Leon Lott says the man used a credit card from a wallet that was stolen from the Cracker Barrel at the Village at Sand Hill. The wallet was stolen from a table Thursday evening as the customer got up to pay her bill.

Lott says shortly after the wallet was reported missing, two men were captured on video surveillance at Walmart on Two Notch Road using the stolen credit card to buy more than $3,000 in merchandise.

Lott says the suspects stole the victim's credit cards, military I.D., banking and checking information and cash.

If you recognize the man or if you have any information that can help deputies find the suspects, call Crimestoppers at 1-888-Crime-SC.

Source: http://northeastcolumbia.wistv.com/news/news/82743-deputies-release-photo-man-accused-using-stolen-credit-card

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