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Cops: Man sought who broke into 2016 Bentley, then used owner's credit card

Nassau County police and Crime Stoppers have released

Nassau County police and Crime Stoppers have released a surveillance image of a man they said is a suspect in the July 15, 2015 break in of a 2016 Bentley. Police said he caused $62,000 in damage, and also used the car owner's credit card at a gas station. Photo Credit: NCPD

Nassau County police and Crime Stoppers are looking for a man who broke into a 2016 Bentley, causing $62,000 in damage, and also used the car owner's credit card at an Upper Brookville gas station.

Police on Tuesday released a photograph of the suspect, taken from video surveillance cameras.

Between 4 p.m. and 5:10 p.m. on July 15, police said the suspect broke into the 2016 Bentley that was parked on Northern Boulevard in Old Brookville, causing the extensive damage.

He also used the victim's credit card at a Gulf station at 5050 Northern Blvd., police said.

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

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