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Aurora police investigate credit card theft

Photo of the suspect from the Dollar General Store surveillance camera (Photo provided) Photo of the suspect from the Dollar General Store surveillance camera (Photo provided)
Photo of the suspect from the Dollar General Store surveillance camera (Photo provided) Photo of the suspect from the Dollar General Store surveillance camera (Photo provided)
AURORA, IN (FOX19) -

Aurora police are investigating the misuse of a credit card after they received a report of theft on Jan. 20.

According to police, the complainant reported that his bank card was used to make unauthorized purchases on Jan. 20 at two retail stores in Aurora (Dollar General Store and Road Dog gas station) and at Whitey's Liquor store in Greendale. 

The complainant reported that the card was also used to make unauthorized purchases in the state of Ohio, police said.

Officials say that the complainant reported that he was still in possession of the card indicating that the card has possibly been cloned. 

A possible suspect was observed on security video recovered from the Aurora Dollar General, police said. 

The suspect is described as a black male with a thin build wearing a dark color hat and a dark colored sweater over an orange colored shirt with a collar and sunglasses. The suspect purchased prepaid credit cards totaling $204. Police say the suspect was driving a dark colored passenger car (possibly blue or black).  The make and models are unknown at this time.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. McBride with the Aurora Police Department at 812-926-1101 or 812-537-3431.

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