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Pair sought for credit fraud

Police would like the public’s help identifying these two women who are suspected of committing credit card fraud over a period of several days at the Willoughby Save-On Foods. - submitted photos
Police would like the public’s help identifying these two women who are suspected of committing credit card fraud over a period of several days at the Willoughby Save-On Foods.
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Langley RCMP have released surveillance photos of two women accused of using a stolen credit card and spending $7,000 at a Langley grocery store in May.

On May 21, police received a report of an American Express card that had been used fraudulently at the Save-On Foods in Willoughby.

The transactions took place from May 11 to 15, after the card had been inactive for several years. Just over $7,000 had been charged to the credit card over the five day period.

If you can identify either  woman call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200.

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