Woodmere police are looking for a man and a woman suspected of fraudulent credit card use in the city and in surrounding communities.
Police said on Feb. 16, a woman had her wallet stolen at Mitchell's Fish Market, which contained her driver's license and one Visa credit card. She believed it was taken around 6:40 p.m.
The woman told police she began to receive alerts on her cell phone regarding charges being made on her Visa card. The charges included:
- 7:15 p.m.: Woodmere Rite Aid - $11.85 (unknown item(s) stolen)
- 7:25 p.m.: Woodmere Apple store. First attempt made was $6,909.84. Transaction failed. (Two laptops) Second attempt made was $3,454,92. Transaction failed. (One laptop)
- 7:45 p.m.: Woodmere CVS - $61.47 (gift card & hygiene products)
- 8:10 p.m. Mayfield Heights Target - $212 (Two prepaid credit cards)
- 8:42 p.m.: Mayfield Heights Micro Center - $777. Transaction failed. (Apple tablet)
Police said the suspects are still at large. Anyone who may know the suspects should contact the Woodmere Police Department Detective Bureau at 216-831-1234 x228.