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Surveillance photos show woman using stolen credit card

The woman pushing the shopping cart is wanted for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. (Source: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office) The woman pushing the shopping cart is wanted for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. (Source: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office)
The woman buying groceries at the register is wanted for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. (Source: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office) The woman buying groceries at the register is wanted for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. (Source: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office)
The woman at the register is wanted for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. (Source: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office) The woman at the register is wanted for Financial Transaction Card Fraud. (Source: Beaufort County Sheriff's Office)
BLUFFTON, SC (WCSC) -

The Beaufort County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help identifying a suspect involved in a credit card fraud incident.

A victim reported that her credit card was stolen on May 20 during a meal at a Bluffton Mexican restaurant. She told deputies that she had given her card to the server to pay for her meal, but had not received it back.

After a search of the restaurant failed to turn up the missing card, the victim contacted her credit card company to report the card stolen.

The victim's credit card was used to make a $500 purchase at a nearby Food Lion grocery store. Surveillance footage of the fraudulent transaction shows a white female using the stolen card.

The sheriff's office is asking anyone with information regarding the suspect's identity to contact either Investigator Cpl. J. Garcia at 843-255-3412 or the Beaufort County Dispatch Center at 843-524-2777.

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