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Police seek suspect in 'cloned' credit card case

By Derreck Booth Anchor/reporter
Police are trying to identify the female suspect who made purchases with what investigators referred to as a, "cloned counterfeit credit card," in two Hall County cities.
 
"The cloned credit card was encoded with information stolen from a victim's account," Oakwood Police Department Sgt. Todd Templeton wrote in a news release.
 
The suspect used the card at three businesses on Monday, January 29, according to police.
 
Investigators with the Gainesville Police Department are working the case together with Oakwood authorities.
 
Anyone with information concerning this suspects identity is asked to contact the Oakwood Police Department at (770) 534-2364.
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Police seek suspect in 'cloned' credit card case
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