Mt. Juliet police seek suspect using stolen cards

Mt. Juliet officers want to locate a suspect who recently used two stolen credit cards at local stores.
Apr 9, 2014

 

Mt. Juliet officers want to locate a suspect who recently used two stolen credit cards at local stores.

Police want to identify a man who stole the credit cards from victims at the McKendree Village retirement community in Hermitage in March.

The cards were reportedly used used at Academy Sports and Walmart, with more than $500 fraudulently charged to the different stolen cards.

According to police, the Walmart surveillance system captured the man entering the store, as well as his vehicle on the outside camera.

Police said the suspect’s vehicle is described as an early-2000s-model maroon Acura MDX SUV.

Officers hope someone in the community will recognize the suspect or vehicle and contact them. 

Anyone with information on this crime may call Mt. Juliet police at 615-754-2550 or give information anonymously by calling 615-754-8477 or visiting the Mt. Juliet police website at mjpd.org.

 

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