Men accused of using stolen credit card to buy prepaid gift cards

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Police are looking for two suspects accused of using a stolen credit card to buy hundreds of dollars worth of prepaid gift cards.

Police say on Sept. 29, the two men entered Rite Aid, 3204 Clark Ave., and bought four separate prepaid gift cards at $450 each.

A third suspect came into the store the next day and tried to buy more prepaid cards, but the credit card was denied.

The owner of the stolen credit card that was used to purchase the prepaid cards is unknown at this time but lives in Texas.

Anyone with information on the suspects in the photos is asked to call police.

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