Cops: 2 stole credit card, charged $21G

Crime Stoppers and Nassau County police are looking

Crime Stoppers and Nassau County police are looking for two men who charged more than $21,000 to a stolen credit card. Police released photos of two men suspected of using the card at two separate Target stores in Queens, police said. (March 13, 2013) (Credit: Handout)

Crime Stoppers and Nassau County police are looking for two men who charged more than $21,000 to a stolen credit card.

Police on Wednesday released photographs of two men suspected of stealing the card in Rockville Centre and then using it in March to make the fraudulent purchases.

The two suspects made "multiple fraudulent purchases in excess of $21,000 using the victim's credit card" on March 13 at two separate Target stores in Queens, police said.


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Anyone with information can call Crime Stoppers at 800-244-8477. All calls will be kept confidential.

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