CLAYTON, N.C. (WNCN) - A woman used another woman's debit card to buy gift cards recently at three different grocery stores, Clayton police say.
Police are trying to identify the woman who spent $61.06 on Friday at the Food Lion at 238 Pritchard Road, a news release said.
There were two other unauthorized charges at Food Lion stores on 10105 US 70 Business West in Clayton and 75 Glen Road near NC 42/US 40 in Garner, police said.
The victim had $120 fraudulently charged to her debit card.
"Criminals can often skim information off credit cards or grab them from websites and create a physical duplicate card using your card information," Clayton police said in the news release.
The woman in the surveillance photos left the stores in a dark Chrysler 200 sedan.
Anyone who recognizes the woman or has any information that may help investigators, please contact Officer T.B. McNeill at 919-553-4611. You can remain anonymous.
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