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North Augusta officers seek credit card fraud suspect

Surveillance photo from the CVS on Edgefield Road (Source: North Augusta Department of Public Safety) Surveillance photo from the CVS on Edgefield Road (Source: North Augusta Department of Public Safety)
Surveillance photo from Walmart on Knox Avenue (Source: North Augusta Department of Public Safety) Surveillance photo from Walmart on Knox Avenue (Source: North Augusta Department of Public Safety)
NORTH AUGUSTA, SC (WFXG) -

North Augusta officers are looking for a man they say used stolen credit card information to make purchases worth more than $1,300. 

The man in the surveillance photos used stolen credit card information just before 6 p.m. on Jan. 14 to make a purchase worth $533.93 at Walmart on Knox Avenue, according to the North Augusta Department of Public Safety. 

He also made a purchase worth $404.95 at the CVS on Edgefield Road just a short time later, officers said. 

He was driving a newer white SUV of an unknown make or model. 

Anyone with information about the incidents should contact Investigator Toole at 803-441-4217. 

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