2 suspects wanted for alleged credit card fraud in Cromwell

(Connecticut State Police)

CROMWELL, Conn. (WTNH)– Connecticut State Police are looking for the two suspects who tried to use a stolen credit card at three locations in Cromwell on Tuesday.

The Washington Resident State Trooper’s Office says they are looking to identify the two people who fraudulently used a credit card at Walgreens, Walmart and Chicago Sam’s Sports Bar and Grill on January 23rd.

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(Connecticut State Police)

According to police, the credit card belonged to a resident of Washington, Connecticut, who noticed suspicious activity on their credit card statement.

On Monday, troopers released surveillance photos of the suspects.

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(Connecticut State Police)

Anyone with information on the identities of the suspects or who may have information is urged to contact troopers at (860) 626-7900 or text TIP711 with any information to 274637.

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