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Darien Police Seek Help Finding Suspects In Credit Card Theft

One of the suspects in the theft of credit cards in Darien, seen on surveillance footage from the Target in Stamford.
One of the suspects in the theft of credit cards in Darien, seen on surveillance footage from the Target in Stamford. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Darien Police Department
The suspect used a stolen credit card to purchase more than $600 worth of merchandise from the Target, according to police.
The suspect used a stolen credit card to purchase more than $600 worth of merchandise from the Target, according to police. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Darien Police Department
The second suspect, seen entering the Walmart in Norwalk.
The second suspect, seen entering the Walmart in Norwalk. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Darien Police Department
The two suspects at the counter of the Walmart in Norwalk.
The two suspects at the counter of the Walmart in Norwalk. Photo Credit: Courtesy of the Darien Police Department

DARIEN, Conn. -- Darien police have released surveillance photos of two women believed to be involved in the theft of credit cards that were used to purchase thousands of dollars worth of items in Darien, Stamford Greenwich and Norwalk.

The theft was reported on Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Panera Bread in Darien. A 70-year-old Fairfield woman told officers that her wallet was stolen out of her purse after she bought food, according to police. The wallet contained numerous credit cards, which were used to purchase a total of $3,572.06 worth of goods at various locations throughout the day.

Surveillance footage shows two women using the cards at the Walmart in Norwalk, where $955.02 worth of items were charged to the card. Police have also released photos of one of the women using a card at the Target in Stamford, where $637.04 worth of merchandise was purchased.

Anyone who knows the identity of the suspects is asked to contact the Darien Detective Division at 203-662-5330.

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