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Innocent picture - not so innocent crime

Police say this couple went shopping with a stolen card. (Source: Madison PD) Police say this couple went shopping with a stolen card. (Source: Madison PD)
MADISON, AL (WAFF) -

There have plenty of times we've shown you video or pictures of crooks threatening people with guns or knives or other types of violence. 

This week, just a picture of a man and a woman looking like any other couple. 

The catch is, this is a criminal couple.

A man and woman are seen standing very nonchalantly inside a local store. 

It's the Apple Store at the Bridge Street Town Centre Oct. 31.

But according to Madison police, this wasn't as innocent as it looks. 

While a woman was working out inside the Madison YMCA at 130 Park Square, someone broke into her vehicle, stole some credit cards, and started using those credit cards a short time later.

And that's where we go back to this innocent-looking couple. Madison police say these are the two people caught using one of those stolen credit cards. 

And the picture of these two is certainly clear enough to have you pocketing an easy wad of cash, compliments of Crime Stoppers. 

Do they look familiar?

Make the anonymous call to 256-53-Crime. 

Or text or e-mail your anonymous tips. Visit our Crime Stoppers section to learn more. You could earn a reward of up to $1,000.

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