Police seek information on stolen credit card

Ponca City Now - July 13, 2016 8:50 am

Several unauthorized charges were placed on a lost or stolen Conoco gas card in May. The unauthorized charges were discovered when the credit card customer received his monthly bill, Ponca City Police reported.

Surveillance pictures were captured when charges were made May 24 at the Stop N Go at 801 South 14th. The subject made a purchase with this stolen credit card for $131.50 which included gas, a carton of cigarettes and beer. The subject bought gas for a female in a white car and he was the passenger in a white extended cab Dodge pickup. A few minutes later the same subject reentered the store and charged another carton of cigarettes on the stolen credit card.

An employee followed the white extended cab Dodge pickup and took a picture of the license plate. The investigating officer has made attempts to contact the registered owner of the pickup, but to date has not received a call back.

This same subject purchased beer and cigarettes at the Conoco station located at 1901 North 14th Street moments after the two purchases at the Stop N Go. Anyone with information can contact CrimeStoppers.

To contact CrimeStoppers, go to www.poncacityok.gov. Click on the CrimeStoppers link on the home page, fill out the tip sheet, and send the information.

Text the Ponca City Police Department with your message to CRIMES (274637) from your cell phone.

Email CrimeStoppers at [email protected] or call (580)762-5100.

As always, you will remain anonymous, and you may receive a reward of up to $1,000.

 

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