Cops: Trio Rips Off Senior’s Credit Card, Make Thousands in Fraudulent Purchases
One man, and two women teamed up to steal an 83 year-old women’s wallet at a local retailer and moments later purchased thousands in lap tops and gift cards, Falls Township Police say on New Years’s Eve day.
According to Police, On Saturday, December 31st, at 2 pm, the victim 83 had her wallet stolen while shopping at the Fairless Hills BJ’s Wholesale Club by a female suspect, while distracted by a male suspect. Minutes later, the victims credit cards were used at the nearby Best Buy, in which the male and second female suspect, purchased laptops and gift cards totaling $5,000.00.
All suspects spoke with a Hispanic accent Police said.
The male suspect is described as Hispanic, medium build, thin jawline beard. Wearing a black Jeff cap, black thick eyeglasses, dark blue tight-fit denim jacket/pants, and grey/white sneakers.
Female Suspect #1: Light/medium skin, short build, blonde straight hair. Wearing a beige snowcap, black eyeglasses, long black winter coat, long grey scarf, black spandex leggings, black/white Nike athletic shoes, carrying a black purse and notepad.
Female Suspect #2: Light/medium skin, blonde/brown straight hair. Wearing a black bucket hat, beige winter coat, blue undershirt, blue jeans with a ripped left knee, black shoes, carrying a large black bag.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Officer Matkowski at firstname.lastname@example.org, through the non-emergency line (215) 328-8519, or anonymously at email@example.com