Melbourne cops look for credit card fraudsters

Man and woman suspected of using 93-year-old's lost credit card

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Surveillance video shows a woman and man police suspect of using 93-year-old's credit card and stealing her car.

MELBOURNE, Fla. - Melbourne police are looking for two suspects they believe are involved in 10 fraudulent credit card cases, two forgeries and one grand theft auto.

On Aug. 26, a 93-year-old Melbourne woman lost her wallet inside the Neighborhood Walmart Grocery at 3550 S. Babcock Street in Melbourne, according to police reports. Two hours later, police said that an unknown white man and unknown white woman were captured at two other Walmart locations in West Melbourne and Palm Bay.

Officers said that the victim's 1999 black Toyota Camry was stolen from her residence a few days later. They believe the same suspects are responsible because the victim kept a spare key inside her wallet.

Cops describe the suspects as a white man between 5 feet, 10 inches and 6 feet tall and a white woman between 5 feet, 7 inches and 5 feet, 9 inches tall. They also believe the suspects are in their 30s or early 40s. The license plate number on the stolen Toyota Camry is L62-6SS.

Anyone with information should contact Crimeline at 1-877-423-8477.

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