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Man arrested for using stolen credit cards

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LAWTON, Okla_A Lawton man was arrested Saturday after he attempted to use a stolen credit card.


According to police, Thomas Race, JR. tried to make three different transactions with a stolen Dillard's card. But a Dillard's employee noticed the card belonged to someone else. The employee confiscated the card, then let Race go.


But when the employee was notified by the Dillard's head office that the card was reported stolen, he called Race back to the store and contacted police.


Race was found with two more stolen cards in his possession.

Race alleges that the he found the cards on the ground after witnessing two people breaking into several cars. He is being held on charges of possession of stolen property and unlawful use of a credit card.

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