Ann Arbor police asking for help in identifying men who stole credit card
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Ann Arbor police are asking the public for help with identifying two men who stole a credit card and then racked up fraudulent charges at businesses near downtown.
Ann Arbor police Detective Dave Monroe said the credit card was stolen during the evening of May 6. It’s unclear at this point how the two men obtained the card but soon after they went on a spending spree, Monroe said.
The credit card has been used at Jimmy John’s, Cottage Inn and the Blue Front store, located in the State Street and Packard Road area of Ann Arbor, Monroe said.
The men are both white with thin builds and dark hair. Security camera images captured from one of the transactions shows one of the men wearing a backward hat, gray T-shirt and dark pants. The other is wearing a light gray T-shirt, shorts and a backpack.
Anyone with information on these two men is encouraged to call the Ann Arbor police anonymous tip line at 734-794-6939 or Monroe at 734-794-6930 ext. 49308.