Lubbock police seek suspect who paid for beer with lost card - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Lubbock police seek suspect who paid for beer with lost debit card

Provided by Lubbock Police Department Provided by Lubbock Police Department
Provided by Lubbock Police Department Provided by Lubbock Police Department

Lubbock police are searching for a suspect who paid for beer with a lost debit card.

Video from the E-Z Mart at 5444 50th Street shows the suspect bending down and picking up something off the ground outside the store.

Police say the suspect entered the store, selected a 30-pack of Coors Light cans, and paid for them with the debit card she picked up outside the store.

The suspect is described as a white female, with blonde hair, wearing a brown or green short sleeve shirt and dark-colored pants. The suspect appears to be between 5'3 and 5'5 and is believed to be 21 years of age.

The suspect vehicle appears to be a four-door Buick, silver/bronze in color, with some tail lights out on the right side of the vehicle.

If you have any information about this case, please call Crime Line at 741-1000 or contact Det. Derek Danner with Property Crimes at 775-2435.

  • Local News on KCBD.comNewsMore>>

  • Tighter rules taking effect on travel to US from 6 nations

    Tighter rules taking effect on travel to US from 6 nations

    Thursday, June 29 2017 4:31 AM EDT2017-06-29 08:31:42 GMT
    Thursday, June 29 2017 11:45 AM EDT2017-06-29 15:45:29 GMT

    The move comes after the Supreme Court partially restored President Donald Trump's executive order that was widely criticized as a ban on Muslims.

    The move comes after the Supreme Court partially restored President Donald Trump's executive order that was widely criticized as a ban on Muslims.

  • GOP adds opioid money to health bill, fate remains in doubt

    GOP adds opioid money to health bill, fate remains in doubt

    Thursday, June 29 2017 4:10 AM EDT2017-06-29 08:10:37 GMT
    Thursday, June 29 2017 11:45 AM EDT2017-06-29 15:45:19 GMT

    Facing a daunting equation - the bill loses if three of the 52 GOP senators oppose it - the list of Republicans who've publicly complained about the legislation reached double digits, though many were expected to eventually relent.

    Facing a daunting equation - the bill loses if three of the 52 GOP senators oppose it - the list of Republicans who've publicly complained about the legislation reached double digits, though many were expected to eventually relent.

  • US sets new visa rules for 6 mainly Muslim nations, refugees

    US sets new visa rules for 6 mainly Muslim nations, refugees

    Tuesday, June 27 2017 3:53 AM EDT2017-06-27 07:53:13 GMT
    Thursday, June 29 2017 11:34 AM EDT2017-06-29 15:34:17 GMT

    The Supreme Court's ruling to allow President Donald Trump's travel ban go forward in part leaves more questions than it answers.

    The Supreme Court's ruling to allow President Donald Trump's travel ban go forward in part leaves more questions than it answers.

Powered by Frankly