Police seek info on fashion-forward couple suspected of credit card fraud

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Store surveillance image of two people leaving TJ Maxx in Manchester wanted for suspected credit card fraud. MPD

MANCHESTER, NH —The Manchester Police Department needs the public’s help in identifying two people who used stolen credit cards to buy thousands of dollars in merchandise in the city and a neighboring town.

The case dates back to August 1, 2019 when a woman reported that several of her credit cards had been stolen from her wallet while she shopped at TJ Maxx on March Avenue. Soon after the theft she noticed unauthorized charges starting to show up on some of her cards. One at Macy’s for more than $500, another at the Apple Store for $3,900, and one at Finish Line for $750.

Detail from store surveillance cam at TJ Maxx of woman wanted in connection to credit card fraud case. MPD

Bedford Police also have open cases involving two of the victim’s fraudulently used credit cards. The charges are more than $2,200.

The people in the attached pictures have yet to be identified. If you have any information about who they are please call Manchester Police Detective Adam Bergeron-Rosa at 603-668-8711. You can also call the Crimeline at 603-624-4040.

Do you recognize this man in the Nautica shirt? MPD wants to talk to him.

 

   

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