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Women wanted for using stolen credit card for $800 shopping spree

BERKELEY COUNTY, SC (WCSC) -

Investigators are looking for two women suspected of going on a $800 shopping spree using a stolen credit card.

On April 30, the Moncks Corner Police Department met with a woman in reference to a stolen credit card.

The woman said on April 27 she went to Star Beauty Nails to get her nails done. She said she remembered paying for the service with her credit card and never receiving the card back.

According to the woman, when she arrived home she noticed that the balance of her bank account was lower than what it was supposed to be.

Police say the victim provided a print out of her bank statement with charges, not made by her, totaling $815.98. Purchases include $231.36 at the North Charleston Kmart,  $125.85 at the North Charleston Kids Foot Locker and $69.12 at a Moncks Corner beauty supply store.

Authorities were able to obtain surveillance footage of two women purchasing products at the North Charleston Kmart using the victim's credit card.

If you have any information you are asked to call police or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.

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