Police seek duo suspected of using stolen credit cards to rack up $13,000 in charges

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Police are looking for information about these two, suspected in connection with a credit card fraud case. MPD

MANCHESTER, NH – Police are seeking information about a male and female who allegedly  removed credit cards from a woman’s purse at Panera Bread in Bedford between 12:40 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. on August 22, 2018.

The victim reported the incident to Bedford Police and Manchester Police once she realized her American Express was charged $7,800 at the Apple Store and her Visa was charged $5400 at Best Buy in the Mall of New Hampshire on the Aug. 22.

Two people of interest in a credit card fraud cause investigated by Manchester and Bedford police. MPD

The two people pictured whose pictures were captured on surveillance camera at the two Manchester stores were provided by Manchester Police.

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If you recognize them, please call Det. Bergeron-Rosa at 603-792-5508, or go to  Manchester Crimeline online and file an anonymous report. You may also call 624-4040. Those who leave tips are eligible for a cash reward should their crime tip lead to the identification and conviction of the two people responsible for the fraudulent charges.

Reference MPD Case # 18-12832. Both subjects are believed to be the same two individuals who stole credit cards from a Bedford Restaurant on August 22, 2018.