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The pictures of the suspect and his vehicle were taken at Best Buy after he made his purchase using the stolen account. “The strange thing about this case is that he didn't have the credit card on him,” said Chattanooga Police Sgt. Victor Miller. “The credit card was with the victim, who wasn't even in town.” by the time.”

Investigators are currently unsure how he came into possession of the important information. “Once we find out who the suspect is, we trust in our community that he will be able Identify him with these photos. We'll find out exactly how he got them,” said Sgt. Miller.

In the meantime, here are some suggestions for how you can try to keep your account numbers private. “Protect your information,” Miller said. “Don't share information online. Emails, you know? Sometimes you will get an email that is pretend to be your bank or what ever. You visit websites. Make sure they are all safe. Whenever you receive emails, make sure There are no account numbers on it. Sign up for paperless billing. All these different things can be helpful.”

As for our suspect, the picture is quite clear. “He appears to be black. He appears to be in his twenties,” said Sgt. Miller. “Look at him closely. These are very good Photos and also the vehicle he is in. He came and went in a white late model Honda SUV.”

This case could be a chance to get your out-of-town family and friends involved and maybe share the reward, since he may not be from the area. “He may or may not be from our area,” Miller added. “So if you have friends or family members, outside of from our area, tell them this news. Maybe they can identify him.”

If you recognize this week’s suspect, One call could separate you from a cash reward of up to $1,000. Call Crime Stoppers: 698-3333 and give Incident number 24-060482.

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