Crime Stoppers need help locating credit card thief | Crime
COLUMBUS, GA - Columbus Crime Stoppers and Columbus Police are looking for help in a theft case.
The victim reported on Nov. 14 that she had lost her debit card. She then found that whoever took it tried to make several purchases at different places.
There were also withdrawals from her bank account that she didn't authorize.
Police found that there was a light skinned, black male with a thin build who had been using the credit card.
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