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Police looking for credit card abuse suspect

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock police are searching for an individual suspected of using a stolen credit card at the 7-11 store in the 4400 block of 19th street.

Investigators believe the suspect is a man, possibly of Middle Eastern decent. He is described at 5'8 inches and 170 pounds. He was last seen wearing a gray beanie with a black stripe, a tan colored jacket and a black shirt.

If you recognize the suspect or have any information on the case, please contact Crime Line at 741-1000 or you can submit tips online at www.lubbockpolice.com.

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