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Police searching for 3 people who used stolen credit card

Teamwork is normally a good thing but not when criminals use teamwork to steal from others. (Source: HPD) Teamwork is normally a good thing but not when criminals use teamwork to steal from others. (Source: HPD)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Teamwork is normally a good thing but not when criminals use teamwork to steal from others.

The three criminals are seen walking into the Walgreens on Highway 72 in Madison April 13.

The first man is wearing khaki pants, a long sleeve Alabama shirt and Alabama baseball cap. Then there's another man, with black pants, a black shirt and black baseball cap. And a woman wearing blue jeans and a blue shirt.

They're all on the same team here.

According to Madison police, the victim had her credit card stolen in Decatur and this trio was using it in the Madison area, stopping at a Shell Mart, Jet Pep and then Walgreens.

We do get a few looks at this bad group of people entering and exiting with that stolen card.

Do you any idea who any of these three might be? If so, you have a big payday headed your way, and they have their day of justice headed their way.

There's a reward of up to $1,000 waiting for you.

Just make the 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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