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The Daily Ardmoreite
  • Ardmore Police seek help identifying suspects in fraud case

  • Ardmore police are asking for the public's help in identifying two women who have used a stolen credit card to rack up more than $2,600 in fraudulent charges.
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  • Ardmore police are asking for the public's help in identifying two women who have used a stolen credit card to rack up more than $2,600 in fraudulent charges.
    Detective Larry Payne, Ardmore Police Department Criminal Investigations Division, is leading the investigation. Payne said the credit card was stolen Nov. 15 during a smash and grab auto burglary that occurred in the east YMCA parking lot.
    "The car was locked. A window was smashed — that's how entry was made and the card stolen," Payne said.
    Since the burglary, two women have been linked to the stolen card. Security camera footage obtained from two local stores show both women have used the stolen card.
    "They are each responsible for more than $800 in fraudulent charges," Payne said. "We have also learned the card was used to make $1,000 worth of fraudulent purchases at another local store."
    Anyone with information regarding the identity and/or whereabouts of one or both women are urged to contact police headquarters by calling (580) 223-1212.

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