Alleged Kelowna credit card fraudster caught on camera

Police consider this man a person of interest after a stolen credit card was used at a Kelowna 7-11 July 13, 2016.
Image Credit: Crime Stoppers

KELOWNA – Police are circulating a picture of a man they say used a stolen credit card at a convenience store in Kelowna more than a week ago.

A Crime Stoppers release says police were contacted July 13 about a wallet that had been lost four days prior.

A credit card that had not been cancelled was used at the 7-11 on Gordon Drive to purchase “a significant amount of pre-paid credit cards.”

“RCMP would like to identify this Spidey-man as a person of interest,” the release says.

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