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Two who used stolen cards at Cumming Walmart sought
Connected fraud to vehicle break-ins
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CUMMING — Authorities are looking for two suspects in connection with recent vehicle break-ins and the use of stolen credit cards at the Cumming Walmart.

They are accused of taking the cards during two incidents of entering autos in late October before using them at ATMs and for purchases in early November at the retailer on Market Place Boulevard, according to Robin Regan, a spokesman for the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office.

“Nothing during the crimes made us believe they’re dangerous,” Regan said.

Investigators do not know the suspects’ names or where they live.

The Market Place Walmart is within the Cumming Police Department’s jurisdiction, Regan said, but the sheriff’s office took the case when the fraudulent purchases were linked to the vehicle break-ins.

There is no connection between this case and a previous shoplifting incident at the same store.

In that Dec. 3 case, three men drove off with nearly $5,000 worth of merchandise they didn’t pay for, prompting an extensive search of the area. One of the suspects has been arrested.