BOWLING GREEN, OH (Toledo News Now) - Police are searching for two men who they say used astolen debit card to purchase $1,000 worth of items.
The victim in the case dropped his card somewhere indowntown Bowling Green and later found several charges tohis account he did not make.
Bowling Green Police Major Tony Hetrick says there where multiple charges on the card, even some outside of Bowling Green.
"In Bowling Green, outside of Bowling Green, to include now, we found the Hollywood Casino was one of the places it had been used," said Hetrick.
Luckily police were able to collect good surveillance photos of the two suspects.
"We were able to determine where it had been used,and one of those places was a business in Bowling Green, we went to thatbusiness, and were able to get very good snapshots of the suspects," said Major Hetrick.
Now several businesses in Bowling Green are taking extraprecaution since the suspects have yet to be caught.
For Keeps has notified their staff about what to lookfor, and say they always check ID's, before they swipe cards.
"Probably 85% of our sales are credit card salesanymore, we just don't see as much cash and checks as we used to," said For Keeps owner Amy Craft Ahrens.
Police say the suspects were driving a silver Pontiac.
If you know who they could be, call the Wood County CrimeStoppers at 1-800-54-CRIME.