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Spartanburg police ask for help identifying card fraud suspects

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Suspect in card fraud cases at the Bi-Lo (left) and Walgreens (right) on Southport Rd. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police) Suspect in card fraud cases at the Bi-Lo (left) and Walgreens (right) on Southport Rd. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police)
Suspect in card fraud cases at the CVS on Garner Rd. (left) and the Rite Aid (right) on E. Main St. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police) Suspect in card fraud cases at the CVS on Garner Rd. (left) and the Rite Aid (right) on E. Main St. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police)
Suspect in card fraud case at the CVS on E. Main St. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police) Suspect in card fraud case at the CVS on E. Main St. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police)
Suspect in card fraud case at the CVS on Garner Rd. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police) Suspect in card fraud case at the CVS on Garner Rd. (Courtesy: Spartanburg Police)
SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Spartanburg Police are asking for the public's help in identifying suspects involved in six recent incidents where suspects paid for goods at city stores and pharmacies using stolen credit card numbers.

Officers said the fraudulent purchases were made at the Walgreens on Southport Road, the Rite Aid on East Main Street, the CVS on East Main Street, the Bi-Lo on Southport Road, and two separate incidents occurred at the CVS on Garner Road.

Officers said they believe the same suspect appears in both the Southport Road Bi-Lo and Walgreens photos.

Officers said they also believe the male suspect wearing the blue diamond-pattern sweater and the scarf in one of the cases at the CVS at Garner Road is the same suspect involved in the case at the Rite Aid on East Main Street.

Police said all victims live in Spartanburg County, and all had their business bank cards or personal credit card numbers stolen.

Police said all incidents occurred within a short period of time and officers believe they are all related.

Anyone with information is asked to call Spartanburg Police at (864) 596-2351.

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