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September 03. 2013 10:31PM

Pair sought in connection with Bedford credit card fraud


Bedford police want to question these two people as part of their investigation into credit card fraud. courtesy 

 

BEDFORD — Police don't have any leads in apprehending a couple suspected of credit card fraud and are now turning to the public for help.
"We're looking for anyone who can identify these suspects so they don't commit further credit card fraud," said Bedford Police Detective Matt Fleming. "Anything we can get at this point. The public is a great resource that helps us solve these cases."
Police are not giving information on when or where the alleged thefts occurred, Fleming said, but the fraud involves a significant amount of money."
These credit cards were used for fraud in different jurisdictions, including Bedford. We've had these suspects in Bedford within the past couple of weeks and in a couple of places, and it was high value," he said.

The alert has gone out to law enforcement agencies and now it's time to ask for the public's help, he said.

"Someone knows who they are and can identify them," he said.

Police believe the couple is working in conjunction with one another.

Anyone with information on these subjects is asked to contact the Bedford Police Department's Detectives Division at 472-5113.


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