Police in Montgomery County, Maryland are determined to find two people who have been accused of making $20,000 worth of credit card purchases. The problem is that the card did not belong to them.
Police in Montgomery County, Maryland are on the look out for two people who have been accused of making $20,000 worth of credit card purchases. The problem is that the card did not belong to them.
The couple was caught on surveillance footage walking through the doors of a beauty supply store.
While the duo swiped the credit card worry free, a man in Silver Spring was oblivious to the fact that his identify had been stolen. That is until he opened up bill for a credit card he never applied for and saw that he owned $20,000.
The pair racked up that huge debt in only 6 days. The first time they used the card was at a Target store spending $7,000.
In another shopping spree, the suspects spent $11,000 at Beautician Design Center, which is where they bought salon chairs and supplies.
They were required to show identification and the male suspect produced a fraudulent D.C. license with his picture but the victim’s name and personal information on it.
Law enforcement has released the couple's image, hoping someone will come forward with information.