Have you ever been waiting for a new debit card to arrive from the bank in the mail? This is the case of a woman who waited and waited, and it never arrived.
Two women enjoy a shopping spree; the problem is, they will use another woman's debit card that they intercepted in the mail.
Crime Stoppers’ Kathy Gardner says, "She was waiting to receive it in the mail. She never did receive it, so she did some inquiries and found that her car had been used on several occasions."
It was used at the Publix on Ocala Road, the Raymon Convenience Store on Jackson Bluff Road, the Circle K on Pensacola Street at Capital Circle Northwest and the Sav-a-Lot store on South Monroe, all between March 5 and 12, $551 total.
If you have any information, call Crime Stoppers at 850-891-HELP and you could be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000. To see the surveillance video, click on Crime Stoppers in our streaming video section of our website.
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