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Deputies: Women rack up charges using stolen credit card info

Deputies say these two women used stolen credit card info to make purchases. (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office) Deputies say these two women used stolen credit card info to make purchases. (Source: Columbia Co. Sheriff's Office)
EVANS, GA (WFXG) -

Columbia County deputies are looking for two women who they say racked up more than $600 in charges using stolen credit card information.

The women in the surveillance photo used a 61-year-old Augusta woman's credit card information to make $606 in purchases at the Evans Target on Nov. 4, deputies said. The victim said someone also made purchases at a Thomson gas station and restaurant totaling $42.

Anyone with information about the identities of the women in the photo can call the sheriff's office at 706-541-2800.

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