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Officials Searching For Credit Card Abuse Suspects

Officials are looking for the men in the red and blue shirts. Officials are looking for the men in the red and blue shirts.
MIDLAND, TX (KWES) -

Midland Crimestoppers and the Midland Police Department need your help in identifying two suspects involved in credit card abuse.

Officials tell NewsWest 9 that back on May 15, two suspects walked into the Sears at the Midland Park Mall and used a victim’s credit card information to make multiple unauthorized purchases.

We’re told the two men have used the stolen information at several Midland stores.

So far, the suspects have already bought over $2,000 worth of merchandise.

The suspects are described as possible Hispanic males; one suspect is wearing a red shirt, blue jeans and wearing a black hat.  He is medium build and appears to be in his twenties. 

The second suspect is wearing a blue shirt and blue jeans.  He has a stocking build and appears to be in his late twenties.    

If you have any information on the suspects and it leads to their arrest, call Midland Crimestoppers at (432) 694-TIPS or 1-800-7LOCKUP.

If your tip leads to an arrest, you could receive a $1,000 cash reward.

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