BEAVERCREEK, Ohio (WDTN) - Beavercreek police are looking for two women who are on the move with some stolen credit cards.
Officers say three people reported their cards were stolen while they were eating at two Panera Bread locations in Beavercreek on August 6 and 7.
Police say the cards were first used on the 6th. They were used to buy gift cards and laptop computers at various stores in Beavercreek including Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy. Stolen items added up to $6,500.
The next day, August 7, two women used the stolen cards at businesses in Huber Heights, Miami Township, Miamisburg, Sugarcreek Township and Washington Township. $2,000 worth of gift cards were purchased with the stolen cards.
The two female suspects were captured on surveillance at the Trotwood Target store.
Police also released a photo of the suspects' car, a white Nissan Maxima.
Call the Beavercreek Police Department tip line at 937-320-7393 if you recognize the women in the photos.
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