On Tuesday, Kingston police originally released security images of four people they were looking for in connection with two separate cases of credit card fraud.
The first incident was believed to involve a man and a woman, but the woman has since been cleared of any suspicion.
Police say on Oct. 1, between 8:30 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. a woman’s wallet was stolen from a locker in the change room at the central YMCA.
Shortly after, two of her credit cards were used at separate stores in Kingston, police say.
Police have identified the two people in the security images below as persons of interests and are asking anyone with information to contact Const. Dan Silver at email@example.com or 613-549-4660 ext. 6243.
Kingston police originally released another security image of a woman walking with a cane as a person of interest in this investigation, but she was cleared of any suspicion late Tuesday evening.
Kingston police have also released security image of two men, in connection with a case of credit card fraud two weeks later.
On Oct. 16, police say a man’s wallet was stolen while he was at a local restaurant.
When he discovered his wallet had been taken, he returned home and contacted his bank and credit card companies, which notified him that one of the cards had already been used.
Police have released security images of two persons of interest and are asking anyone with information about the men in the photo to contact Det. Bill Ross at 613-549-4660 ext. 6232 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kingston police say the two investigations are unrelated.
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