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Crime Man steals credit cards, racks up about $6K worth of charges at metro electronics store

00:55  13 october  2019
00:55  13 october  2019 Source:   koco.com

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Nichols Hills police are searching for a man accused of racking up thousands of dollars' worth of charges on stolen cards last week at an electronics store.

Police said the man was caught on camera following the victim into a local gym before taking his keys, getting into his car and stealing three of His credit cards. Shortly after, another camera captured the man at an electronics store off May Avenue with a basket full of computers totaling around $6,000.

"It does appear that this is not the first time, and this may be what he just does around the metro area," Nichols Hills police Detective Brandon Ridgeway told KOCO 5.

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According to the Houston Police Department, the victim's card was stolen from a locker at a fitness center in the 6400 block of San Felipe Drive. Police said at about 8 p.m., a black man used a card to make a purchase at a restaurant in the 6000 block of Westheimer Road, charging more than 0.

Police said they believe the man is in his late 50s or early 60s and walks with a noticeable limp. He also drives a unique pickup truck described as a 2017 or 2018 Ram Rebel that appears to be dark gray with black rims and decals on the vehicle that have all been blacked out.

After leaving the electronics store, police said the man tried to use the cards again at a gas station in Del City. But, thanks to a notification from one of the card providers, the charges were denied.

"The victim had already reported it and canceled those credit cards," Ridgeway said.

Police have released pictures of the man with the hope that the public can help find him.

"I'm extremely hopeful that someone will reach out and let us know who this is," Ridgeway said.

According to police, the man left over $100 worth of cash inside the victim's wallet and returned the keys to a locker at the gym.

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