Police searching for credit card abuse suspects

April 7, 2009 2:53:01 PM PDT
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Back on March 4, a Hispanic male walked into the Apache Oil Sales Office on Spencer Highway. He arranged to purchase a large amount of motor oil and have it picked up the next day. Police say he used a fraudulent credit card to make that purchase.

Later that same day, he called back to the sales office and purchased additional cases of motor oil with another fraudulent credit card.

The next day, a second Hispanic Male arrived with a U-Haul truck to pick up the motor oil purchased with the alleged fraudulent credit cards. The second suspect left with the motor oil.

The first suspect gave the name of David Diaz when came into the sales office and made the initial purchase of the motor oil. He is described as a heavy set Hispanic male in his 30s with a light complexion. He was between 5'7' to 5'8" tall and weighs approximately 300 pounds.

The second suspect who picked up the motor oil is described as a skinny Hispanic Male around 21 years old. He was about 5'9" tall and weighs between 140 to 160 pounds. He had facial hair at the time.

Crime Stoppers and Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for any information called in to the 713-222-8477 tips hotline or submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org that leads to the identification, arrest and/or charging of any suspect in this case. All tipsters remain anonymous.

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