Dalton Police seek suspects caught on camera using stolen credit card
The Dalton Police Department is asking for the public’s help with identifying two suspects who used stolen credit card information to rack up more than $200 in fraudulent charges.
The pair was recorded by store surveillance at one of the locations where they made the charges.
DPD spokesman Bruce Frazier says the crime was reported to police after a Dalton resident noticed that his credit card account had been used to make a series of charges on August 16.
Frazier says the card was used at six locations along Walnut Avenue: the East Walnut Avenue Walmart, Dollar Tree, the Red Box outside of the Walgreen’s, the Mapco at Riverbend Road, the Walmart Neighborhood Market, and Steak 'n Shake.
Frazier says the victim still had all of his credit cards from the account in his possession and was unsure how his account was compromised.
Police were able to find surveillance video of two suspects using the stolen credit card.
The suspects are a black male and a black female.
The male wore a camouflage ball cap with a black shirt and pants and appears to have braided hair. The female wore a white shirt with a design of lips and a tongue similar to the Rolling Stones logo on the front and had a long blonde ponytail sticking out of a blue ball cap.
The pair was driving a newer model silver Ford Fusion.
If you know anything about this case, please call Detective Brian Shirley at 706-278-9085, extension 9189.
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