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12/2/08

Police Searching for Burglary and Credit Card Abuse Suspect

As we head deeper into the holiday shopping season, burglaries are on the rise across the region.

Take a look at this image released by the Lubbock Police Department Tuesday morning. These pictures were taken at the Wa-lMart on South Loop 289, on November 2. The suspect bought a laptop with stolen credit card.

According to police reports, that card was stolen earlier when the victims' vehicles were broken into, followed by their home. 

 

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