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Westfield police searching for suspects accused of making fraudulent credit card purchases

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Photos of the two suspects courtesy of Crime Stoppers.

WESTFIELD, Ind.– Westfield police are asking for help in identifying two people wanted in connection with a fraud investigation.

In May, police say they received a report from a resident about several fraudulent credit card charges. On at least seven occasions, someone had purchased gift cards at Kroger stores in Carmel and Westfield.

The victim said this resulted in a loss of more than $2,000. After reviewing security footage, police say the two people in the photo are responsible for the transactions.

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at (317) 262-TIPS. Tipsters can remain anonymous and receive a reward if the tip leads to a felony arrest.