Credit Cards Accidentally Left by Grocery Store Customer Used By Sneak Thief
There are honest people who find credit cards left by someone at a store and turn them in hoping the owner will return to the store to claim them. Then there's this creep who lives by the "losers weepers, finders keepers" rule.
According to the Grand Junction Police Department, at about 1:30 p.m. on Thursday, February 8, a shopper left his credit cards on the customer service counter at the City Market store at 2600 North 12th Street.
Soon after the customer walked away from the counter, a 55 to 65-year-old man with dark hair, mustache, and an Army baseball cap took the credit cards and made several purchases. The suspect was last seen driving an older model Dodge Caravan which had damage on the rear passenger side of the vehicle.
If you recognize the description of the person, vehicle, or have information that could help police, contact Crime Stoppers of Mesa County at 970-241-7867. Information submitted is completely anonymous and if that tip leads to an arrest, the person who gave it can earn up to a $1,000 reward without revealing their identity.
Reports to Crime Stoppers can also be made anonymously via the Crime Stoppers website or by using the P3Tips app.