The Edmond Sun

February 21, 2013

Authorities seek help in burglary, fraud case

Mark Schlachtenhaufen
The Edmond Sun

EDMOND — The Logan County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in a case involving alleged credit card fraud in Guthrie and Edmond.

On Feb. 7, a residential burglary took place in southern Logan County where several items were stolen including a credit card, according to information released by the Logan County Sheriff’s Office.

The credit card was used at several locations on that date including the Walmart store in Guthrie, and at a Shell station in Edmond, the agency stated.

Surveillance video of the suspects entering the Walmart and using the card might help investigators proceed with an identification of the suspects, the agency stated.

According to the Logan County Sheriff’s Office the suspects appear to be a white female age 20-30 with brown hair and a thin build; and a white male also age 20-30 with a medium build, brown hair and facial hair.

The suspects were seen leaving the Walmart in a light-colored Chrysler or Dodge mini-van, according to the agency. The tag numbers were not able to be enhanced enough to make a positive identification.

Call the Logan County Sheriff’s Office Investigations Division at 282-4100 with any information that may lead to the identification of these burglary suspects.