Recognize These Alleged Thieves? Boynton Police Ask For Help

Know who they are? Call Boynton Police.

Know who they are? Call Boynton Police.

BOYNTON BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) —  Boynton Beach Police want to know if you know who these alleged thieves are. Cops say the men used a stolen credit card number to buy $2038 worth of merchandise at a local Target and Toys R Us. The victim, according to police, lives in California and still has the credit card in his possession.

The suspects were caught on camera buying two iPads and iTunes gift cards at the Target at 650 North Congress Avenue.

If you know the men, please call Boynton Detective Mike Vail at 561-742-6159 or CrimeStoppers at 800-458-TIPS. You can remain anonymous. Want to send in your tip online, download Boynton’s “MyPD” app or visit BBPD.org.

 

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