EagleTribune.com, North Andover, MA

April 17, 2013

Police seek help in credit card thefts

The Eagle-Tribune

---- — SALEM — Police in Salem, N.H., and Manchester, Mass., are investigating the theft of two credit cards from a purse in a Manchester elementary school on Feb. 25.

The credit cards were used at Best Buy in Salem for two purchases, one for a Macbook Pro and the second for a PS3, totaling $2,564.

The stolen credit cards were also used at Babies R Us in Salem to purchase various items totaling $384.

If you can identify the male and female suspects, report it to Crimeline of Southern NH and you could qualify for a reward of up to $1,000. To report a crime, call 893-6600 or (800) 498-4040, or go online to crimelinesnh.com.

Calls will be completely anonymous. Callers will be issued a secret Crimeline number, known only to them and Crimeline. If a tip results in a conviction, the caller will be awarded a $1,000 cash reward at a location of their choosing.

Callers do not have to interact with the police. However, if a caller chooses to testify, the reward increases to $2,000.