Police seek suspect in credit card case


By The Telegram

By The Telegram

The Garden City Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying a man they believe is responsible for burglary and unlawful use of a credit card.

According to an alert issued by the GCPD, the suspect is alleged to have broken into three vehicles on Tuesday. Garden City police Sgt. Michael Reagle said that the vehicles were parked behind the area of JCPenney, 2302 E Kansas Ave.

It is further alleged that the man then used credit cards stolen from the vehicles to make purchases at local businesses, which Reagle said include Target, 2401 E. Kansas Ave., Walmart, 3101 E. Kansas Ave and Presto, 2522 N. Taylor Ave.

According to the GCPD police blotter, the estimated loss is $2,070.

The GCPD has obtained photos of the individual at both Target and Walmart, as well as a photo of the vehicle he was last known to be driving. Reagle said police haven't yet determined the make and model of the vehicle and that the investigation is ongoing.

The GCPD is asking anyone who knows the man or has any information to call the GCPD at 276-1300. Those wishing to remain anonymous can call Crime Stoppers at 275-7807, or text GCTIP and tip information to 847411 (Tip411).

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