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Gloucester Township Police Crime Stoppers- Debit Card Fraud, CVS Store 701 College Drive 12-24470CVSComboPics Blackwood. May 21, 2012 at approximately 4PM - The suspect black female in video utilized a fraudulent debit card to purchase two $300 Visa gift cards. The victim of debit card account was still in possession of the original card and not in the Blackwood area at the time of this crime. The victim also reported that someone attempted to utilize the same card at Deptford Walgreen's shortly after the account was deactivated.

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If you have any information or can identify the suspect in this video, please contact our Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560, or our main number at 856-228-4500, or email 
police@gtpolice.com .

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Incident #2 12-27216- Det. Mike McElroy- Kmart June 8: Photos only-Gloucester Township 12-27216KmartComboPics Police Crime Stoppers- Shoplifting Kmart Blackwood Clementon Road. June 8, 2012 at approximately 6:07PM- The suspect, described as a light skin black or hispanic male, short hair, 6' tall, and approximately 175 pounds, wearing a dark colored button down shirt and light colored khaki pants, entered the K-Mart store and walked to the electronics department. Upon entering the department he walked to the isle containing MP3 players and attempts to tamper with the security device on the end of the rack. After a few minutes the suspect is able to remove a MP3 player and places the item in his pants pocket. The suspect then walked to the front of the store. As he exited the business he observed Loss Prevention and began to run to an awaiting vehicle in the parking lot, which is only described as older model blue four door sedan bearing rust marks. 

If you have any information or can identify the suspect in this photo, please contact our Anonymous Crime Tip Line: 856-842-5560, or our main number at 856-228-4500, or email police@gtpolice.com .

 

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