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Police Release Photo of Walmart Fraud Suspect

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The Gallatin Police Department is asking for the publics help to identify a credit card fraud suspect from a scam that occurred at the local Walmart.

According to a press release, a white female entered the store on Thursday, March 13, at around 6 p.m. and bought several items, including seven green dot credit cards, for a total of more than $4,000. The suspect then left the building and fled in an unidentified vehicle that had been strategically parked to avoid security cameras. The stores security camera was able to capture a picture of the suspect (seen here).

The release said the suspect is believed to have perpetrated the same type of fraud at the Walmart in White House in November 2013.  

Anyone with information is asked to contact Investigator Emily Renz at the Gallatin Police Department at 452-1313.

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