ID required for suspects seen using stolen credit cards from a car near Auburn
AUBURN, Wash. – King County Sheriff’s detectives are asking for your help in identifying a couple who used a victim’s stolen credit card at Walmart on S 314th St in Federal Way on April 24 to purchase items including Gatorade, essential oils and gift cards valued at $ 100. Another stolen credit card was used at Target near the Federal Way Commons.
“We just want to remind people, please don’t leave anything of value in your car: garage door openers, wallets, anything that has your ID or a credit card associated with it. We want to make sure we don’t give it to thieves. We ask people to take a look at these two photos. We have a white man and a white woman. We ask anyone who can identify them to submit advice through the P3 Tips app, “said Sgt. Tim Meyer with the King County Sheriff’s Office.
The total costs were close to $ 800. They were driving a silver body type station wagon that would be a Volvo. The video was not clear enough to see the license plate number. The victim’s credit / debit cards, driver’s license and cash were in a stolen wallet from a car near Auburn after being accidentally left inside the vehicle.
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