Duo shops Home Depots with stolen cards, courtesy of Irvine.

January 3, 2024
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Article Summary

Key Points:

  • Credit cards stolen from a vehicle in Irvine were used to make over $900 in purchases at multiple Home Depots
  • The suspects are a man and a woman who were driving a small dark gray four-door car
  • The Irvine Police are seeking help from the public to identify the suspects

On December 31, a victim discovered her purse and wallet containing credit cards were missing from her vehicle in Irvine. The Irvine Police reported that a duo, consisting of a man and a woman, is suspected of using the stolen credit cards to make purchases at various locations including multiple Home Depots. The suspects made over $900 in fraudulent charges.

A description of the suspects and their vehicle has been provided. The woman was wearing a blue halter top, black workout pants, and a long gray sweater-style jacket. She had long reddish two-tone hair. The man was wearing a black baseball cap, a white t-shirt, and a green jacket. They were seen driving a small dark gray four-door car.

The Irvine Police are urging car owners not to leave their purses or wallets in their vehicles, especially if they are visible through the windows. The incident serves as a reminder to take precautions to prevent theft and keep personal belongings secure.

The Irvine Police are asking for assistance from the public in identifying the suspects. If anyone has information that can help in the investigation, they are encouraged to email amena@cityofirvine.org.

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