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Man shops at Wal-Mart with stolen credit card

HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Identity theft, including credit card crime, is still among the fastest-growing crimes in America. Unfortunately, we have another addition to that stat in this week's Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers.

Our suspect is seen on the surveillance camera checking out at the Wal-Mart on Sparkman Drive on April 30. Police say he's using a stolen Discover card. Oddly enough, they say the victim had previously reported the card had been stolen and fraudulently used.

As you can clearly see compliments of the surveillance camera, the suspect is of a slender build, wearing jeans, a T-shirt with the numbers "double zero" on it, and a New York Yankees baseball cap.

He's also seen walking out of the store.

But he'll be walking into a jail cell and you'll be walking into a bank to make a deposit if you know who he is. There's up to $1,000 in reward money and you'll remain anonymous. All you have to do is make the call to 256-53-Crime. Or click here to see how to text or e-mail your anonymous tips.

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