Group of 3 burglars wanted by Scottsdale Police Department

Bald man and girl at Fry's gas pump (photo by Scottsdale PD)

Bald man and girl at Fry’s gas pump (photo by Scottsdale PD)

The Scottsdale Police Department is requesting help from the public in identifying suspects related to a burglary/credit card fraud case that occurred Jan. 21-22.

Between 8 p.m. on Jan. 21 and 6 a.m. on Jan. 22, unknown suspects burglarized a victim’s vehicle which was parked inside their garage in the area of 75th Street and McDowell Road. During the burglar, the suspects stole two Kate Spade purses which contained the victim’s Arizona drivers license and credit cards, according to police officials.

After discovering the burglary, the victims observed several fraudulent charges on their credit card, stated police. One of the stolen credit cards was used on Jan. 22 at a Fry’s Grocery Store fuel pump, 850 E. Hatcher Road in Phoenix.

Girl and guy in baseball gap at Fry's gas pump (photo by Scottsdale PD)

Girl and guy in baseball gap at Fry’s gas pump (photo by Scottsdale PD)

Video from the store shows a silver car drive up to the pumps; a bald white male gets out of the driver’s seat and uses the pump, stated police. While pumping gas, a white female with hair dyed to be blonde in the front and black in the back, walks up to the pump. When the silver vehicle is full, the females stays at the pump holding the nozzle while the silver car drives away.

A black SUV then immediately drives to the same pump, according to police. A white male wearing a baseball hat gets out of the driver’s seat. The female and male then use the nozzle to fill up the SUV.

When finished, the male gets back into the driver’s seat, and the female gets into the front passenger seat and the vehicle drives away, according to police.

It is believed that the silver car could be a 95-99 Oldsmobile Aurora, and the black SUV could be a GMC Yukon, officials stated.

Anyone with information related to this case is asked to contact the Scottsdale Police Department at 480-312-5000. Anonymous tips can be left at www.Tipsoft.com or 480-312-8477.

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