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Fort Sill Police looking for 2 involved with stolen credit cards

Fort Sill Police are looking for the two people in the photo. Call 580-558-0000 if you know them. (Source Fort Sill/Facebook) Fort Sill Police are looking for the two people in the photo. Call 580-558-0000 if you know them. (Source Fort Sill/Facebook)

FORT SILL, OK (KSWO) -Fort Sill Police are asking for your help in identifying two people who may have information concerning the use of stolen credit cards.

Last week at the Fort Sill Post Exchange, two unidentified people used stolen credit cards to buy Visa gift cards. Fort Sill Police say a man made purchases totaling almost $4,300, and the woman made purchases totaling almost $2,000. Those purchases were made in a seven-minute time span at four locations.

Anyone with information that can help identify these two individuals should call the Fort Sill Crime Tip Line at 580-558-0000.

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