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PHOTOS: Valley PD looking for suspect in car break-ins, stolen credit cards

Surveillance images of the suspect wanted by Valley Police Department. (Source: Surveillance images/VPD) Surveillance images of the suspect wanted by Valley Police Department. (Source: Surveillance images/VPD)
Surveillance images of the suspect's car wanted by Valley Police Department. (Source: Surveillance images/VPD) Surveillance images of the suspect's car wanted by Valley Police Department. (Source: Surveillance images/VPD)

VALLEY, AL (WTVM) – The Valley Police Department has asked for the public’s help in identifying a suspect caught on surveillance camera allegedly using stolen credit cards from a car break-in.

VPD says on Oct. 22 at approximately 7 p.m., a car was broken into while parked at the Valley Sportsplex. Several items were taken from the vehicle, including credit cards owned by the victim.

Shortly after the car break-in at 8 p.m., the stolen credit cards were using at various locations in LaGrange, including a Walgreens, CVS and a Walmart Neighborhood Market.

VPD investigators have recovered imaged from the person who attempted to use the cards at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on Oct. 22 and provided stills of the person.

The suspect is described as a black male in his mid to late 20’s who was wearing light blue medical scrubs at the time. He was seen driving a newer four-door sedan that is white in color.

If you know who this person is, please contact the Valley Police Department at (334)-756-5200 or the Valley Area CrimeStoppers at (334)-756-8200.

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