A pair of suspected credit card thieves were caught on a Walmart surveillance camera as they shopped for a prepaid cellphone after taking an Uber to the store.
Instead of hitting the nearby gas station for gas and munchies like a typical credit card thieves trying to get what they can before the owner cancels the card, on May 31, the Broward Sheriff’s Office says these two used it for an Uber ride to the Walmart Supercenter at 5851 NW 177th St. in North Miami-Dade. That’s where surveillance video caught them at the entrance as they started to shop for a prepaid cellphone.
The camera lingers on Suspect No. 1, wearing a black T-shirt and Adidas pants. He is eventually joined by Suspect No. 2, who was clad in a long-sleeved red shirt and, incongruously, black pants under black Nike shorts.
Anyone with information on this duo can call BSO Detective Juan Hernandez at 954-435-2000. For those wishing anonymity, but still want to be eligible for a $3,000 reward, contact Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or the website.
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