Police Seeking Suspects in Grand Junction Credit Card Theft
The Mesa County sheriff's Office is attempting to identify and locate the people involved in the theft and fraudulent use of credit cards.
The credit cards were stolen out of a car on January 28, 2017. The suspects then used those cards to make fraudulent purchases at several stored in Grand Junction including Walmart, Herberger's Victoria Secret and Lids.
The suspects also used one of the stolen credit cards to purchase over $900 of merchandise on February 1, 2017, at Herberger's.
One suspect was wearing a dark jacket, the other a yellow Lakers Kobe Bryant basketball jersey and a purple Lakers hat.
On January 29, Walmart surveillance video captured images of two suspects who made purchases using the stolen cards.
A third man may also be involved in the fraudulent purchases. He is described as a short-haired Hispanic male wearing a white top who was seen during one of the transactions.
If you know the identity of these suspects or any other people involved in the credit card theft and fraud call the Mesa County Sheriff's Office at 970-242-6707. An anonymous report can also be made
If the information provided leads to arrests in this case, the tipster is eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. That person will remain completely anonymous.