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Police seeking information on two men who allegedly used stolen debit card info to buy 2 TVs

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Posted at 12:00 PM, Feb 23, 2019
and last updated 2019-02-23 12:06:04-05

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — The South Euclid Police Department is looking for two men who were captured on security cameras using stolen debit card information to buy two 65-inch televisions.

The incident happened Feb. 17. According to authorities, the two men made a purchase totaling more than $1,624 at the South Euclid Walmart on Warrensville Center Road.

In addition to the two TVs, the men purchased a 3-year warranty for each unit. The men then had the televisions loaded into a silver GMC Terrain SUV. After loading the truck, the two men left in a white Volkswagen Passat or possibly a Jetta, with tinted windows. The two vehicles left Walmart together, authorities said.

The individual whose credit card information was stolen believe the debit card may have been skimmed since he is still in possession of the card, authorities said in a Facebook post.

Anyone who can identify the men in the photographs is asked to call South Euclid police at 216-381-1234 and reference report No. 19-0348.