Police Beat 04/18/14

Among reports recently released by the Log Cabin Democrat:

 

 

• Fraudulent use of a credit card, Centennial Bank.

The victim told police an unknown party obtained her debit card number and made fraudulent charges somewhere in Florida. 

 

• Theft of property at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart. 

A loss prevention employee told police a subject stole a bottle of sleeping pills. The subject allegedly tore the barcode off of the box before leaving the store. The incident was captured on video. 

 

• Fraudulent use of a credit card, Home Bank. 

A woman filed a complaint with Conway police saying someone took her son's debit card and used it at Harp's without his knowledge. The woman said her son has disabilities. The woman also said the store has video of the subject who used her son's card. 

 

• Theft of property at 1155 Skyline Drive, Walmart. 

A loss prevention employee told police he was monitoring store cameras when he saw a male walking rapidly toward the exit. The subject walked past an empty register and made his way out of the store without purchasing items in his cart. The license plate of the vehicle the subject got into returned to a Greenbrier resident. Items taken were a door lock, an inflatable raft, a pellet rifle and a tent. 

 

 

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