Portland Police Seeking Public's Help in Identifying Two Fraud Suspects

Portland Police Seeking Public's Help in Identifying Two Fraud Suspects

May 07, 2013 15:25


Portland Police Burglary detectives would like the public's help in identifying two people who used a stolen credit card at a Southeast Portland Fred Meyer store.

On April 9, 2013, Central Precinct officers responded to the report of a residential burglary at a home in area of Southeast 34th Avenue and Raymond Street. The victim told police that items missing included several pieces of jewelry. The next day, the victim reported to police that in addition to the jewelry, the burglar(s) took her credit card and used it at several area businesses.

Detectives are releasing images of some of the stolen jewelry as well as a surveillance photo showing two people who used the stolen credit card.

One of the people is a white female in a blue short-sleeved shirt and the other is a white male in a dark-colored zip-up hoodie. The suspects are associated with a late-model silver or light blue Ford Taurus.

Anyone with information about the burglary or the identity of the suspects is asked to contact Detective Doug Halpin via email, Douglas.Halpin@PortlandOregon.gov or phone, (503) 823-0433.

Reference PPB Case #13-28166.


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