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Franklin Police Want To Identify Credit Card Fraud Suspects

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This man and woman were caught on surveillance using stolen credit cards to buy $2,600 in items at the Target in Brentwood on March 24. This man and woman were caught on surveillance using stolen credit cards to buy $2,600 in items at the Target in Brentwood on March 24.
This woman was caught on surveillance at the Walmart in Franklin after using a stolen credit card to buy electronics and phone cards. This woman was caught on surveillance at the Walmart in Franklin after using a stolen credit card to buy electronics and phone cards.

FRANKLIN, Tenn. - Franklin Police have asked for help identifying three people wanted for using stolen credit cards to buy merchandise.

A man and woman were caught on surveillance using stolen credit cards to buy $2,600 in items at the Target in Brentwood on March 24. Police said the cards had been stolen from a customer at Panera Bread in Brentwood just minutes earlier. They were seen leaving Target in a black SUV.

One the same day in a separate case, a woman used a stolen credit card at Walmart on Mallory Lane to purchase more than $2,400 in electronics and phone cards. She was seen leaving in a dark blue Ford Expedition.

Anyone with information is asked to call Williamson County Crime Stoppers at (615) 794-4000.

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