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Warwick’s Most Wanted: Two Cases of Card Fraud

 

This woman is suspected of using the debit card number belonging to someone else to make purchases at Shaw's Market on Warwick Avenue.
This woman is suspected of using the debit card number belonging to someone else to make purchases at Shaw\’s Market on Warwick Avenue.

Warwick, RI — Local police are seeking leads in two separate cases of credit and debit card fraud, according to the Rhode Island Most Wanted website.

Woman Steals Debit Card Number:

On Dec. 3, 2014, a female suspect used the debit card number belonging to another person to purchase a greeting card and two Visa gift cards from the Shaw’s Market at 320 Warwick Ave., Warwick Police reported.

Surveillance photos show a woman with blond hair wearing a light blue winter coat, black shirt, and black pants. According to police, the victim was in possession of her debit card at the time.

Case No.: 14-6389-OF

Contact: Det. Thomas DiGregorio, (401) 468-4237

Man Uses Fake Credit Card at Toys R Us:

The Rhode Island Most Wanted website also reported a case of using a fake credit card on Nov. 15, 2014, at the Toys R Us at 575 Greenwich Ave.

Police are seeking this man in connection with use of a fake credit card at Toys R Us in November, 2014.
Police are seeking this man in connection with use of a fake credit card at Toys R Us in November, 2014.

Photos from the store’s security system show a black man in his 20s entering the store and leaving in a green car with no hubcaps, believed to be a Toyota Corolla.

Case No.: 14-6058-OF

Contact: Det. Dave Morrow, (401) 468-4239

Joe Hutnak
Author: Joe Hutnak

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