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Police Are Asking For The Public’s Help In Identifying Women Accused Of Stealing 75-Year-Old’s Wallet

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Police Are Asking For The Public’s Help In Identifying Women Accused Of Stealing 75-Year-Old’s Wallet

The St. Petersburg Police Department in Florida is asking for the public’s help in identifying two women seen leaving a Target store on the 15th of November.

The two women have been accused of stealing a 75-year-old woman’s wallet while she shopped for groceries. The two women then visited another store and used the poor woman’s card to purchase $5,000 worth of electronics and gift cards, according to reports.

The police say the two women, who appeared on surveillance smiling as they left one store with bags in their hands, tried to use the card at yet another store, but it was declined.

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The St. Petersburg Police Department shared photos of the women and their vehicle on social media asking for the public’s help in identifying and locating them.

“Here are a few more pictures of the 2 women who stole a 75yo woman’s credit cards. They spent $5,000 in one store, then tried to spend more in a 2nd store, but the victim’s cards declined. Plz help detectives find them, text SPPD + Your Tip to Tip411.” The police wrote on twitter.

If you have any information about this distasteful crime, please reach out to the police at 727-893-7780.

Remember to share this on Facebook so we can get justice for the poor victim and so these two criminals get what they deserve.

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