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Suspects in Hempfield credit theft caught on camera using stolen cards

Jeff Himler
| Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, 12:12 p.m.
A security camera image shows credit card theft suspects at the Lowe's store in Belle Vernon.
Pennsylvania State Police
A security camera image shows credit card theft suspects at the Lowe's store in Belle Vernon.
A security camera image shows credit card theft suspects at the Lowe's store in Belle Vernon.
Pennsylvania State Police
A security camera image shows credit card theft suspects at the Lowe's store in Belle Vernon.
A security camera image shows a suspect at Wal-Mart in Belle Vernon.
Pennsylvania State Police
A security camera image shows a suspect at Wal-Mart in Belle Vernon.

State police have released images of four suspects in a credit card theft that occurred in July in Hempfield.

According to police, a female victim reported losing her wallet July 12 at the Marshalls store in Hempfield Plaza. Her credit cards then were used to make purchases at several stores in Belle Vernon.

Police said security camera images show three suspects — two black males and one black female — at a Lowe's store and a white male suspect at a Wal-Mart.

Anyone with information about the suspects is asked to call police at 724-832-3288.

Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-836-6622, jhimler@tribweb.com or via Twitter @jhimler_news.

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