Police seek IDs on credit card thieves

Police are looking for help identifying two men who may have used credit cards stolen from Grand Haven to make their purchases at several area stores.
Becky Vargo
Jun 7, 2012


Grand Haven Department of Public Safety Lt. Renee Freeman said the cards were taken from a home in the early morning of May 27. The cards were used between 7 and 9:30 that morning at Meijer stores in Grand Haven Township and Holland, and Auto Zone in Holland, Freeman said.

The men were also believed to be driving a pickup truck, but no further information was available on the truck.

Police said the suspects are two white males. One was wearing a red “American Eagle 1984” T-shirt, a blue and white baseball cap with a large white emblem on the front, and sunglasses. The other suspect was wearing a black and gray striped hooded sweatshirt, a white with plaid baseball cap, and sunglasses.

Anyone with information on the incident or the suspects is asked to call the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety at 842-3460 or Silent Observer at 877-88-SILENT (45368).



Geez these scumbags are relentless! It seems you can't read the news anymore without some identity theft or credit card theft story. Not that that's a bad thing, as people should understand the type of risk involved in the digital age and should know how to protect themselves from being victims of these types of crime. I was just reading about a huge credit card theft trading forum online that was just busted by the FBI. Source: http://bit.ly/LLRZVb


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