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Police looking for man accused of stealing 2 credit cards

(Source: Paducah PD) (Source: Paducah PD)
PADUCAH, KY (KFVS) - Paducah police are seeking help in identifying a man who they believe stole two credit cards.

The man purchased about $3,000 worth of items from various Paducah businesses, according to the Paducah Police Department.

A Paducah woman told police her wallet was stolen from her purse, Nov. 20 at Wal-Mart on Hinkleville Road. Later that day, her credit cards were used at various businesses in the Kentucky Oaks Mall area to purchase merchandise and gift cards.

Anyone with information about the man’s identity is asked to call the Paducah Police Department at (270) 444-8550 or Crime Stoppers at 443-TELL.

Tipsters also may text their tips to “CRIMES” (274637) by entering “KyTips” followed by their information, or you can click here to by visiting the Crime Stoppers website.

Information leading to an arrest or indictment may result in a reward of up to $1,000.

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