Rutherford County: Alleged Debit Card Fraud Case in Smyrna and Nashville

Jul 18, 2022 at 07:44 am by WGNS

Photos Released by Smyrna Police Department

In Smyrna, the Police Department is in the midst of an investigation involving a debit/credit card fraud case that adds up to more a loss of over $2,000. Evidently, the case started when the victim lost their debit card.

Smyrna authorities report the debit card was lost as the victim was shopping in a local retail store. After the victim lost the card, unknown subjects found it and allegedly decided to go shopping in both Nashville and Smyrna. Now, the police are asking for the publics assistance in identifying three individuals caught on camera who may be tied to the case in some way, although detectives are not releasing too many details at this time.


If you can assist in identifying the individuals in the photographs above this story, please contact Smyrna TN., Detective Jason Anderson at 615-267-5433 or email him at

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