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ALERT
September 29, 2014 - Smithfield : Target

The Smithfield Police Department is attempting to identify two suspects involved in fraudulent use of credit cards.

On Monday, 9/29/2014, the victim had her wallet stolen at Home Goods in Lincoln. When the victim realized her wallet was stolen, she contacted her credit card companies.The victim learned that there were over $5,500.00 worth of charges made at the Target Store at the Lincoln Mall. The victim was also was advised the suspects made $1442.99 worth of charges at the Target Store located in the Smithfield Crossings.

Similar cases have been reported to RI Most Wanted: See System ID #140200 and 140202

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