Woman bought alcohol with stolen credit cards, Roswell police say

Police in Roswell are searching for a woman who they say has been using stolen credit cards around the city.

In a video posted on the police department’s Facebook page, the woman is shown buying bottles of alcohol from a local store. She’s wearing a multi-colored shirt, is fair skinned and has long dark hair.

Police said that the suspect stole a wallet from a victim that contained several credit cards and then used those credit cards to purchase gift cards. No other information on the stolen wallet has been released.

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The exact amount the woman has spent using the stolen credit cards is unknown at this time, but police estimate it to be around $2,000. Police say the woman has spent money from the stolen credit cards at Target, Kroger, Publix and a package store.

Anyone with information about the woman or stolen credit cards is asked to contact Detective Marbut with Roswell police at 770-640-4439.

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