Alleged Kamloops fraudsters accused of racking up thousands on credit cards

These suspects are accused of obtaining credit cards and using them around Kamloops last month.
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KAMLOOPS - Crime Stoppers in Kamloops is seeking two suspects accused of using fraudulent credit cards.

Kamloops and District Crime Stoppers says in a Facebook post that RCMP were alerted to an alleged credit card fraud on April 3.

Police were advised that "some unknown persons" had obtained three replacement credit cards issued to the complainant in the file, and had used them around town amounting to $17,000.

Crime Stoppers is asking anyone who knows these suspects to call them at 1-800-222-8477.

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