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Crime Stoppers: Credit Card Fraud Suspect

San Diego County CA– San Diego County Crime Stoppers and investigators from the Rancho San Diego Sheriff’s Station want the public’s help to identify and locate the suspect wanted in connection with using credit card information without authorization.

On July 27, 2014, an unknown suspect began using information from a credit card to make several online purchases. The victim was not missing the actual credit card, but the credit card number was used without authorization. The unknown suspect used the credit card number to book hotel rooms on the Hotels.com website, buy items online at Sears.com, and order pizza. A total of about $900 was charged to the credit card.

Hotel surveillance video shows the suspect with two other unidentified people eating pizza in a parking lot.

The suspect is described as:

    • A white female, possibly in her 50s, with dirty blonde hair.
    • She was wearing a black and gray striped tank top.
    • The suspect was driving an older model, green, four-door car with a sunroof.
    • It may have been a Toyota Corolla or similar looking car with partial plate number 5FWA or 5EWA.

Two other people are seen in the surveillance video. At this time, the man and woman are not considered suspects. Detectives would like to speak to them to find out more information about the suspect.