Police seek thieves who stole credit cards at Stop & Shop in East Lyme
East Lyme — Police are seeking three suspects in the theft of credit cards from the purse of a woman at Stop & Shop in East Lyme.
Following the June 3 theft, police said multiple credit cards belonging to the victim were used at Target in Waterford.
Police have released photographs of the three individuals who allegedly used the stolen cards and have posted the photographs on the department's Facebook page. The three people appear to have left Target in a small dark colored SUV.
Anyone recognizing the individuals involved is urged to contact Officer Jim Levandoski or Sgt. Bruce Babcock at (860) 739-5900.
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