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Gonzales PD seeking info on man who used cloned credit card at Crockett store

Source: Gonzales Police Department Source: Gonzales Police Department
Source: Gonzales Police Department Source: Gonzales Police Department
CROCKETT, TX (KTRE) -

The Gonzales Police Department is seeking the public’s helping in finding a man who allegedly used a cloned credit card at the Walmart Supercenter.

The owner of the credit card that was cloned lives in Gonzales, according to a press release. The suspect allegedly tried to use to other credit cards, which were declined.

The suspect is a Hispanic man who appears to be in his mid-30s, and he is believed to have the Walmart in some kind of truck, the press release stated.

If anyone has information on the man’s identity, he or she is urged to contact the Greater Gonzales County Crime Stoppers at (830) 672-TIPS or (830) 672-8477. People with information can also call the Gonzales Police Department.

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