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Police Looking For Three Who Used Fraudulent Credit Cards
Updated November 1, 2017 7:27 AM | Filed under: Crime
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(UNDATED) - Jasper Police are searching for three men who allegedly used fraudulent credit cards that were produced using information stolen from gas pump skimmers.

The Jasper Police Department says that from September 25-27 the cards were used at various Jasper retail locations including Rural King, Walmart, Walgreens and Subway.

Police say the fraudulent cards are believed to have been taken from the skimmers that were found at the
Chuckle's Gas Station in Loogootee.

The images collected below were taken from the above retail locations during the time period described.

On one occasion, police say the suspects appeared to leave Rural King in what appears to be a white SUV, possibly a Jeep Grand Cherokee. On the same day, the men appeared to leave Walmart in a black dually pick-up truck.

The police department is seeking information on the identity of any of the three suspects. The department can be reached at (812) 482-2255.

Police encourage businesses to verify a person's identification when a credit card is used as identity theft continues to rise across the country.

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