Pair wanted for making fraudulent credit card purchases in Dauphin County, police say

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LOWER PAXTON TOWNSHIP, Pa.–Police are searching for two men accused of making unauthorized purchases on a Lower Paxton Township resident’s credit card last month.

The victim contacted police after noticing several suspicious transactions that were made on his bank debit/credit card on May 14 and May 15, investigators said.

The suspects a purchased gift cards at several local grocery stores using the victims account information, according to police reports.

Surveillance video from the stores show the same two men responsible for all of the unauthorized purchases.

The victim told police he never lost his credit card and was unsure how the men got his banking information.

Anyone with information is asked to call Lower Paxton Township Police at (717) 657-5656 .



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