SIMPSONVILLE, SC (WSPA) – Police are looking for a man they say used a debit card that was stolen from a car that was broken in to in Simpsonville, Thursday.
Officers says a suspect broke out the rear passenger side window in a car at Heritage Park on Main Street and took a purse with several credit and debit cards.
The victim’s debit card was used at the Walmart on Grandview Drive less than 20 minutes later to make a purchase of $475.
Investigators say the suspect was seen getting out of the driver’s seat of a white SUV with tinted windows.
Anyone with information on the identity of the suspect is asked to call Investigator Keith Morecraft at 864-962-0289.
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