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YCSO Looking For Two Suspects In Credit Card Fraud And Vehicle Burglary Case In Prescott

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The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office is offering a reward of up to $250 for information leading to the arrests in a credit card fraud and a vehicle burglary case in Prescott. Officials say in the early afternoon hours of October 28th, the victim came back to her vehicle at the Groom Creek Trailhead 307 in Prescott to find her vehicle had been burglarized. Her purse was stolen out of the vehicle, which contained her wallet, $180 in cash and several credit cards. Although the victim quickly froze her cards, deputies learned the suspects had used them already at the Prescott Walmart. Deputies were able to obtain photos of the suspects using the cards to buy gift cards the same afternoon as the burglary. The suspects charged nearly $18-hundred to the victims’ cards. The suspects appear to be a white male and female, both 30-to-40 years in age, driving a dark blue or black GMC SUV. The female suspect appeared to have a few unique tattoos. If anyone has information on the case, or the identity or whereabouts of the suspects, call Yavapai Silent Witness at 1-800-932-3232 of leave a tip online at

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