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Surf City Police search for thieves

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SURF CITY, NC (WWAY) -- Surf City Police are searching for two suspects who used a Lowe's Contractors Yard credit card taken in a car beak-in in Surf City in August to purchase more than $8,000 in merchandise. The card was used at all three Wilmington Lowe's locations.

The suspects used the stolen card on three occasions, including Aug. 26, 27 and 28.

Then Sept. 14 investigators obtained got video of the two suspects. Officers described them as a white female, slender with blonde hair in her 20s to 30s and a white male with dark hair cut very short, right arm heavily tattooed, athletic build and also looks to be in his 20s to 30s. They are possibly driving a white or light colored SUV.

The Surf City Police Department is looking for any information that may lead to the identification of either suspect. Anyone with information is asked to call the Surf City Police Department at (910) 328-7711.

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These two are family and family of someone...

Just do the right thing and turn them in to authorities before they steal from you.

Offer them 1 million dollars

Offer them 1 million dollars to turn themselves in...and when they do...don't pay them!

wait a minute

from the dates, it would appear the card was lifted prior to August 26. It was used 3 occasions for total purchases of about $8,000.

There should have been at least 2 billing cycles. And yet it is just reported now.

Sorry, but something is not adding up here.

Billing cycles

Not all billing cycles fall on the first of the month. The article says the purchases were made late August and the video was obtained mid-September. The detectives are just now getting the info about the video out.