Frankfort PD Needs Public's Help in Case of Stolen Credit Card

Contributor: Lance Vaught
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Updated: 3/13 3:22 pm
Frankfort officers are looking for the two people in this photo, whom they said may have information about the fraudulent use of a stolen credit card.

Police said the card was used at the Frankfort Walmart on February 25.

If anyone has any information about the two individuals in the picture, they should call Detective Scott Morgan at (502) 875-8523.

Tips can also be given anonymously through Frankfort Crime Stoppers at (502) 875-8648, online at frankfortcrimestoppers.com, or via text messaging (type "FCS" first and then the message) at 274637.

Up to $1,000 in cash could be rewarded for information that leads to an arrest.
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