HANAHAN, SC (WCSC) - Hanahan are trying to track down suspects that have been breaking into cars in Hanahan and using stolen credit cards to make purchases in Hanahan, North Charleston, and Goose Creek.
Police released surveillance photos of the suspects Tusday in the hopes someone would recognize them and step forward.
On Sept. 21, there was a car break-in on Quaker Drive in Hanahan; a wallet was stolen containing a credit card that was used at Marshall's in North Charleston, Kangaroo in Goose Creek and at the Red Box DVD rental at the Wal-Mart on Rivers Avenue. Video surveillance was obtained from Marshall's and Wal-Mart.
On those videos it shows the two white males and the white female present using the stolen credit card. The video from Wal-Mart shows the unknown subjects leaving in a white Dodge Intrepid. They have not been identified.
On Oct. 1, there was another car break-in on Commerce Circle in Hanahan. A credit card and prescription medication were stolen from that vehicle. Police later learned the credit card was used at an Exxon, a Family Dollar and a Target store all on Rivers Avenue.
Video Surveillance was obtained, which shows two black males using the credit card. The Family Dollar surveillance shows the white female using the stolen credit card. The Target surveillance shows the white female entering and exiting Target with the two black males. These subjects have not been identified.
Anyone that has any information on these cases can contact the Hanahan Police Department.