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Information Sought On Salisbury Theft Suspect

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SALISBURY, Md. - Police are looking to identify a man, who they allege stole and used credit cards.

Salisbury Police say the man seen here the right, went into office areas of PRMC, and stole the purses and wallets of employees. According to the report, the suspect then used the victim's credit cards at Fruitland Walmart on July 2nd and 5th.

The suspect is described as a black man, in his late 50s, between 5' 10' and 6' tall, with a thin build, last seen wearing eye glasses, white dress shirt with a tie, light colored Fedora hat, dress pants, and a sport coat. Police say the suspect was driving a 2011 silver Toyota Corolla, with license plate number 7AN3718.

The suspect is reportedly facing felony theft and credit card fraud charges.

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