LPD: Unidentified suspects bought pizza using stolen card

LPD: Unidentified suspects bought pizza using stolen card

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Lubbock police is asking for the public's help in identifying a pair seen making unauthorized purchases using someone else's debit and credit cards.

Police said on March 20th, a victim reported his cards stolen and said they were being used at multiple stores.

A man and a woman were able to make purchases at stores including Little Caesars, Walmart, Raider Liquor, and some smoke shops.

The suspects were caught on video surveillance footage attempting to buy cigarettes and lottery tickets at 7/11. The man is seen later trying to buy a bike at Galaxy Pawn.

The man, carrying a Little Caesars Pizza, and a woman tried using the card at the convenience store when it was declined. The man has a distinct "horn-like" haircut, with a tattoo sleeve on his left arm. 

View the surveillance footage in the tweet below.

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