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Crime of the Week 8/18/2014
Offense: Credit Card Fraud
Suspect: 2 White Females
Date/Time: Saturday, July 26th, 2014
Location: Various Locations
Synopsis:
The Central Berks Regional Police Department is investigating a credit card fraud incident that occurred on Saturday, July 26th, 2014 when a victim’s credit card information was used at the following stores in Berks County.Weis Markets, 2759 Papermill Road, Spring Twp., Ulta – 2755 Papermill Road, Spring Twp.,  Barnes & Noble – 2751 Papermill Road, Spring Twp.,  Lane Bryant – 2775 Papermill Road, Spring Twp.,  Home Depot – 1731 Crossing Drive, Wyomissing Borough. 
 
The suspects are described as being a heavy-set white female in her 40s or 50s and a heavy-set white female in her 20s or 30s. The suspects were operating a silver colored sedan vehicle.
Anyone with information pertaining to this credit card fraud incident or information on the identity of the suspect is requested to call Crime Alert Berks Tip Line at 1-877-373-9913 or email your tip to alertberks@aol.com
 
or contact the Central Berks Regional police Detective Deron M. Manndel Ph/ 610-779-1100
 

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Crime Alert Berks County is an organization of interested citizens, businesses, service organizations, corporations and social clubs, which formed to help our police departments in Berks County, Pennsylvania, to obtain credible leads that will result in arrests of criminals and solving crimes. This organization's inception was on August 1, 1998. Numerous crimes have been solved and arrests have been made as a result of tips e-mailed and phoned into the tip line.
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