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Sam's Club credit card fraud

Photo of suspect (Source: Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers) Photo of suspect (Source: Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

The crime is real, the criminal is real, the charges are real, but the credit card she used to commit the crime is fake.

In this week's Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers, we need you to help us identify this person who was using a cloned credit card.
 
Store surveillance shows the woman leaving the Sam's Club on Holmes Avenue June 10th.

She has an arm full of merchandise that police say wasn't bought, it was stolen.

Authorities say she used what's known as a cloned credit card, something we're seeing more and more often.

The crook stole the victim's personal information, made a credit card and racked up more than a thousand dollars in fraudulent charges.

As you can see, she's dressed in all blue. That outfit might very well be medical scrubs of some sort.

 Any idea who she is?

 While she stole around a thousand dollars in merchandise, you can pocket up to a thousand dollars in reward money.
 
All you have to do is make the anonymous call to 256-53-Crime.
 
Or you can send an anonymous text or e-mail to Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers.
 

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