Stolen Bank Cards

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The incident happened sometime between 8:30pm on July 28th and 5:30am on July 29th. A vehicle that was parked on the 100 block of oak view drive was broken into and a wallet was stolen. Inside the wallet was banking and credit cards, one of the stolen cards was then used to make purchases at several businesses along the two hundred to five hundred block of north Albert Street, between 5 and 6am on July 29th.

The suspect is described as a man with red hair and glasses standing 5 feet seven inches tall and weighing 160 pounds. He had a piercing in his right ear and was wearing a Nixon sweater, light could red jeans, and an orange and grey backpack.

Anyone who can assist police in identifying the suspect(s) in this crime or any other crime is asked to:

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