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EBRSO looking for credit card cloning couple

Suspects in cloned credit card fraud (Source: EBRSO) Suspects in cloned credit card fraud (Source: EBRSO)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Detectives are looking for a couple seen using fake credit cards to purchase gift cards at the Walgreens located at 5112 Essen Lane on February 9, 2015 at approximately 6:15 p.m. 

These two are suspected in incidents also in Lafayette and Gonzales.

According to reports, the couple used several cloned credit cards to purchase gift cards for gasoline totaling $200 and a gift card for cell phone minutes valued at $100.

Suspect one is described as an Asian female last seen wearing a light blue jean jacket, and suspect two is an Asian male last seen wearing a striped shirt.

Anyone with information concerning this incident or the identity of the suspects is asked to contact the East Baton Rouge Financial Crimes Division at 225-389-5009. 

Crime Stoppers is also offering a cash reward for anyone with information leading to the arrest of those responsible. Contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at (225) 344- STOP or (225) 344-7867.

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