Troopers Look to Identify Woman who Used Credit Card Dropped at Gas Station
Pennsylvania State Police are asking for help in identifying a woman who is suspected of using a credit card dropped at a gas station, according to Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers.
It happened Dec. 25 between 4 and 6 p.m.
The victim from Ontario, Canada stopped at the Country Fair on Route 6N in Washington Township, Erie County, and dropped her credit card in the restroom, according to investigators. She then reportedly left the store without realizing she lost her card.
Two days later, her credit card company notified her of 18 possible fraudulent charges on the card totaling $1,382.68, troopers said. They were made between Dec. 25 and 27 at various stores across the region including Country Fair, S and A Market, McDonalds, Dicks Sporting Goods, Spencer Gifts, Rue21 and Tillys.
The suspect is the woman in the photos, who appeared to be with her father - the man in the Tiger hoodie, investigators said. She was wearing a Mercyhurst University shirt and smiley slippers.
She is also associated with both vehicles in the pictures, according to troopers. The black truck appears to be a Dodge ram 1500 quad cab.
Anyone with information is asked to call State Police in Girard at 814-898-1641 or anonymously contact the Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-4PA-TIPS (8477) or going online here.