Three accused in credit card fraud case

Trio target senior in St. Albert

Three people accused of scamming a St. Albert senior are being sought by police.
The incident happened back on February 21st in the city's Walmart, when the victim was in the checkout line.
Police say a man and a woman approached her in an attempt to convince her that she'd dropped a 10 dollar bill on the ground.
Over the course of the conversation, the man spied on the woman as she entered her PIN into the card reader.
The two suspects approached her again as she was leaving, this time to try and distract her again by getting the money back.
As her wallet was open, the man swiped multiple credit cards from the victim.
Those two suspects then met up with another woman, and went on a shopping spree at the victim's expense, to the tune of roughly 5000 dollars.
The suspects are described as:

The male suspect (from Wal-Mart) is described as:

  • middle eastern

  • tall & average build

  • stubble on his face

  • wearing an Oilers ball cap, black jacket, blue jeans and dark shoes

The female suspect (from Wal-Mart) is described as:
  • middle eastern
  • slim
  • dark hair
  • wearing a winter head band, dark pants and dark boots
The third female suspect (seen in Edmonton) is described as:
  • middle eastern
  • wearing a thicker black jacket, dark boots and a grey toque with a pompom on it
Anyone with information is asked to contact the St. Albert RCMP Detachment at 780-458-7700, or remain anonymous, through Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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