Tulsa police want to ID woman that used stolen credit card


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Updated: 9/26/2013 3:37 pm Published: 9/26/2013 3:35 pm


Tulsa police are trying to identify a woman they say used stolen credit cards at an east Tulsa store.

Police said the woman used the stolen card at the Target at 1701 S. Yale Avenue. The woman also charged several hundred dollars of merchandise with the card. Police said she also opened a credit card account using the victim’s name at another retailer and charged merchandise to that card.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text TIP918 to CRIMES (274637).


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Mayor Maynot - 9/26/2013 8:02 PM
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People just leave these financial tools laying around loose like it's no big deal. Here's a hot tip for you on credit card security. Keep it in your pocket so you'll know where it's at. Don't get me wrong I'm not condoning the activities of the robber.
 
CRIME STOPPERS is a citizen-supported program that allows people to report criminal activities anonymously.

The Crime Stoppers Coordinator and the Crime Commission Board of Directors determines the amount of awards and ensures payment to those who provide information, and are responsible for raising money to continue their respective programs
To report a crime call 596-COPS or text a tip by following these directions:
  1. Send text to “Crimes” or “274637
  2. Begin your message with “TIP918
  3. Type your tip and hit send
  4. When the text is received, the sender will receive a PIN number within 10 seconds confirming receipt of the information
  5. The tipster will be instructed to call 911 if an emergency or crime in progress is being reported
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