CPSO Looking for Women in Connection With Theft

News Release

<p class="p1">Lake Charles, LA — On September 11, Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office detectives received a complaint in reference to several fraudulent charges with a victim’s lost debit card. </p><p class="p2">When detectives spoke with the victim it was learned that around August 16 the victim lost his debit card. </p><p class="p2">Detectives learned later the same evening the card was used several times to make fraudulent purchases at a grocery store on Highway 171 in Lake Charles. </p><p class="p2">Upon further investigation detectives were able to obtain surveillance photos of the suspects. </p><p class="p2">The women were observed on surveillance video being dropped off at the store in a white F-150 but were later seen leaving in a small red SUV. </p><p class="p2">The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office is asking the public for assistance in identifying the women seen in the photographs. </p><p class="p2">Anyone with information regarding the theft or the suspects are asked to call CPSO lead Detective Edward Curol at 491-3725.</p>””18-114122-4.jpg””18-114122-5.jpg””18-114122-3.jpg””Surveillance Photos.png

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