Let's face it: crime can happen when you least expect it.
Take the bad fortunes of a Madison woman, for example.
She was the victim of a credit card crime that started when she was walking her dog.
A man wearing blue and white shorts and an Oakwood University pullover is seen on surveillance camera walking to the counter of the Shell Minit Man on Highway 72 West in Madison June 21.
What's the connection, you may ask?
Madison police say it started when the victim was walking her dog at her apartment complex and she dropped her change purse.
The crook got it and headed to several locations, including the Shell Minit Man.
You can see the crook actually signs the receipt from the card and then heads for the door.
We get a pretty good look at him as he leaves.
In fact, it could be a profitable look for you, if you know who he is.
There's a reward of up to $1,000 on the table if you can help us identify him and track him down.
All you have to do is make an anonymous call to 256-53-Crime. You can also submit your tips via email or text - click here for more details.
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