Police Seek Debit Card Fraud Suspect
The woman uses a debit card a Blenheim Wawa customer had dropped in the parking lot.
Police are seeking the public's help identifying a woman who fraudulently used another's debit card to make a purchase at the Blenheim Wawa Monday evening.
Gloucester Township Police Crime Stoppers released surveillance images of the suspect Thursday afternoon.
The police report indicates the suspect found the debit card in the parking lot outside the Wawa store, located at Black Horse Pike and Almonesson Road, at around 7:19 p.m. Monday. She then proceeded to use the debit card to make a purchase inside the store.
When the customer returned to the store to ask about the debit card, the suspect pulled the hood to her jacket over her head and left the store.
Police described the suspect as a white female with dark hair. She was wearing her hair pulled back, and had on a dark, hooded jacket with white designs, dark pants, and dark shoes.
The suspect left the store with a thin, white male, who was wearing a white baseball cap, black T-shirt with a green and white design, jeans, and dark shoes. They entered a dark-colored, four-door Ford Fusion and left the area.
Police ask that anyone who can identify the suspect call the Crime Stoppers tip line at 856-842-5560 or police dispatch at 856-228-4500.