Murfreesboro Police Investigating Credit Card Fraud

Dec 07, 2021 at 07:15 am by WGNS

Above security camera photos released by MPD

UPDATE: The Murfreesboro Police Department now knows the names of those involved in the fraud case that unfolded on November 27th (below). According to Public Information Officer Larry Flowers, " With your help, the persons of interest wanted for questioning in a credit card fraud case have been identified. Det. Pitts will be obtaining warrants."

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Fraudulent credit card purchases are high this time of year for multiple reasons, one being the fact that more people are using their credit card for Christmas shopping.  

In recent weeks, Murfreesboro detectives say that two unknown persons used one victims credit card to the tune of $744.

The victim told officers that she lost her wallet on November 27th, which meant someone else had her credit card, debit card, driver’s license and cash. The victim said that her wallet went missing the day she went shopping at Walmart on Old Fort Parkway.

Authorities were able to retrieve Walmart security video footage which captured images of two individuals believed to be tied to the victims lost wallet case. Now, police are asking the public if they can identify the subjects that were caught on camera (photo above this story).

Scroll down to learn how you can help Murfreesboro Police…


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Can You Identify the Subjects Pictured Above This Story?

If you can help MPD Detectives identify these individuals, contact Detective Chris Pitts at 629-201-5508 or email 0447@murfreesborotn.gov.

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