Two wanted in credit card theft from church patrons

In both cases, the two suspects have been captured on video surveillance using the stolen credit cards at local retail stores.

September 22, 2011 10:29:10 AM PDT
Two men are wanted in at least two cases of credit card theft from patrons of League City churches.

League City police say one incident happened in July and the other in September. Another theft was reported in Nassau Bay in June.

In one case, the two suspects entered the church inquiring about child care. While one suspect toured the facility, the other suspect stole credit cards out of the employee's purse in the office. In the other case, credit cards were stolen from a purse located in a vehicle parked in the church parking lot.

In both cases, the two suspects have been captured on video surveillance using the stolen credit cards at local retail stores. One suspect is described as a black male in his mid to late 50's, about 5 foot 9 to 6 foot 2, and weighing 220-260lbs. The other suspect is also a black male of unknown age, about 5 foot 9 to 6 foot 1, and weighing 150-170lbs.

The suspect vehicle is a newer model white Chevy Suburban or GMC Denali with chrome wheels.

Anyone with information pertaining to these cases or who can identify these suspects are encouraged to contact Detective Weems at 281-338-4182.