Case Date: May 5, 2014
Police need help to identify a male who used a stolen credit card to purchase goods. The credit card was stolen during a break in on Mamachau in Adelaide.
Between 1.00 pm and 2.30 pm on Sunday, 27th October, 2013, one or more persons are believed to have entered Mamachau whilst the business was not open for trading. A handbag belonging to a staff member was stolen from the premises and a short time later a credit card from the handbag was used at a number of shopping outlets in Adelaide, including Target Centrepoint. Four males are present at Target, however only one of them makes the purchase using ‘paypass’ on the stolen credit card. Four seperate transactions were made, with purchases totalling up to about $400.
The males are described as:
1. (Photo No.1 – Suspect who actually used the stolen credit card) Male, 20-25 years, medium build, Caucasian with brown curly hair, wearing a grey hoodie, jeans, white skate shoes and carrying a black/grey backpack
2. Male, 20-25 years, slim build, Caucasian with straight brown mop style hair cut, wearing a checked grey/white hoodie, grey polo shirt, dark pants and glasses
3. Male, 18-22 years, slim build and Caucasian, wearing a black hoodie, red baseball cap, red track pants, black shoes and carrying a black backpack
4. Male, 18-22 years, slim build and Caucasian, wearing a black hoodie with white writing on the front, black Adidas track pants and white sneakers
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Make a Report online.
Reference Number: 14-30
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