Police: Searching for two suspects that used stolen credit cards at Meijer

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CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati Police Department is investigating a theft at Meijer by two suspects using stolen credit cards.

The theft took place on Sept. 8 at the Meijer located at 4950 Canoe Court. Video surveillance shows two suspects using stolen credit cards to "pay" for their purchases.

One of the suspects is a male in his late 20s, wearing all black. The other suspect is a female, on tape wearing a black shirt and jeans. 

Anyone with information regarding this crime is urged to call CrimeStoppers at 513-352-3040.

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