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Crime Stoppers: Woman caught using stolen credit card

This is a surveillance photo of the woman police say stole a credit card to go shopping. This is a surveillance photo of the woman police say stole a credit card to go shopping.
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

If you're doing much Christmas shopping, chances are your credit card is getting a workout.

You sure don't need someone else using that card for you?

That's exactly what happened to one woman who had her card stolen.

Here's your chance to earn some extra Christmas money in this week's WAFF 48 Crime Stoppers.

The credit card thief is seen on surveillance video October 5th as she was leaving the Publix in Hampton Cove.

She appeared to be empty handed, but according to Huntsville Police, she had stolen a credit card from the purse of another woman in Publix.

Her quick shopping trip with that stolen card led her across the street to the Wal-Mart in Hampton Cove

She's seen on surveillance video shopping for some clothes.

You can also see her using the stolen card as she checked out.

And this time, she leaves the store with a bag of stolen items.

Also, we get the clearest look we have at this credit card thief on surveillance video.

If she looks familiar, you might be seeing the familiar faces of some past presidents on some rather large bills -- up to a thousand dollars worth of reward money.

Just call in your anonymous tips to 256-53-Crime.

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