Belton Police Ask for Public’s Help Identifying People of Interest in Credit Card Theft Case
If you recognize the young ladies in these surveillance photos, Belton police could use your help.
They're asking for the public's assistance identifying two people of interest in a credit card theft case.
According to police, a reloadable credit card worth $500 was activated, then stolen from the Family Dollar store at 900 South Main Street on Friday, April 12. If the time stamp in the surveillance footage is accurate, they would have been in the store during the 8 PM hour that day.
Important to note is that police have not referred to the women as suspects, but rather people of interest.
If you think you have information that may be helpful to investigators, please don't hesitate to give the Belton Police Department a call at (254) 933-5840 or text the information to (254) 217-6764.