Police seek help to ID card theft suspects

Police are looking for help in identifying the suspects who may have stolen credit cards from a car and used them to make major purchases.
Tribune Staff
Jul 23, 2014


The theft occurred at about 9:15 a.m. June 17, according to the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety. In less than an hour, unauthorized transactions in excess of $2,000 were made to the victim's credit cards.

Police obtained video surveillance from two area businesses showing a pair of men they say were purchasing items using the stolen credit cards. Police did not identify the area where the cards were stolen or the stores where the purchases were made.

Anyone who can provide information about the case is asked to contact Grand Haven Department of Public Safety detectives at 616-842-3460 or call Silent Observer at 877-88-SILENT.



Barry Soetoro

Sounds like a job for Mr. Jazz.


Maybe the police should call silent observer and say which stores the crooks used the cards at! Might help refresh memories of people that frequent those businesses.


About all the cops in this town are good at is harassing the young people to fill up courtroom 1A so ottawa CO can fine the heck out of them for minor bs and sit in 25 mph zones and bust people going to work.., it's all about the money.

Just a Thought

So, stealing peoples credit cards and spending their hard earned money is just "minor bs" to you? THAT, my friend is some BS....


I think those are the Van Alstein twins.


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