Caught on camera: Pickpocket suspects tried to spend $12k

Police believe a couple caught on camera tried to spend $12,000 in gift cards on stolen credit cards they stole at a Midtown restaurant.

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carolsue1ok - 8/4/2013 12:46 PM
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I wear a safety wallet around my neck under my clothes to keep my debit card safe. I have been robbed of my purse twice. It is simply a string on a wallet. I also put my keys on the string too. It keeps my hands free and if a person reaches into my purse then they will be surprised that my wallet is not there and move on to someone else.

carolsue1ok - 8/4/2013 12:43 PM
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I got my purse robbed from me twice. Since then I have a wallet on a string which I carry around my neck under my clothes. That way they can look in my purse but I don't think they just want the rest of the stuff I have in it. This way your hands are free and If you have car keys, house keys, you can just put them on the string. You may look a little bumpy but can you imagine the thiefs surprise when they reach into your purse and can't find a wallet.

Mayor Maynot - 8/1/2013 7:58 AM
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Must be a good bank. Hope LE gets a hold of these individuals soon. Rock their world with actrip to Lexington.
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