Cops: Man used fake credit to gas up Range Rover
Updated On: Jan 10 2013 10:55:24 AM EST
Police need your help identifying a man who allegedly used fake credit cards.
Take a look at the man in the above picture.
Monroe County Sheriff's deputies said he walked into the Dion's Quik Mart in Marathon in October and handed two credit cards to the clerk.
Detectives said he then pumped $99 worth of gas into his Range Rover and left.
The clerk then realized the credit cards were fake and called the Sheriff's Office.
Investigators said they then learned the fake cards had been used in several other places, including at Boondocks on Ramrod Key, Macy's in Miami Beach and at the Hyatt Hotel in Coral Gables.
If you recognize this guy, please call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-346-TIPS.
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