Coweta authorities seek suspects in credit card fraud

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These surveillance images show men suspected of using a stolen credit card after it was left at a local restaurant to purchase about $300 from Walmart on Dec. 31. (From Coweta Sheriff's Office)

By JOHN A. WINTERS
john@newnan.com
Coweta County authorities are asking the public’s help in identifying suspects who are using a stolen financial card at various stores.
The suspects used a stolen card after it was left at a local restaurant to purchase about $300 from Walmart on Dec. 31, 2012, said Investigator Jason Fetner with the Coweta County Sheriff’s Office.
He said the suspects are believed to be Coweta County residents.
Anyone with information should contact Fetner at the sheriff’s office, 770-253-1502. Informants can remain anonymous.

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