Lexington Police: Stolen Credit Cards Used To Buy Gift Cards

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Updated: 4/29/2013 11:48 pm
Lexington police said someone's stealing credit card numbers and using them to buy gift cards.

Police released surveillance tape that shows it happening.

Police said the thieves have taken and cloned 150 to 200 cards, then use the numbers to buy gift cards at Kmart, Walmart, and Kroger stores.

The thefts total $30,000.

Police said they think there are up to three people involved.

Investigators said a white Chevy Malibu with the Pennsylvania license plate 'GYG 1953' has been seen picking up one of the suspects.
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