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$1,000 worth of gift cards stolen from car in Scottsdale

(Source: Scottsdale Police Department) (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)
(Source: Scottsdale Police Department) (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)
(Source: Scottsdale Police Department) (Source: Scottsdale Police Department)
SCOTTSDALE, AZ (CBS5) -

Police are looking for a group of robbers who stole $1,000 worth of gift cards from a car parked at a Scottsdale home.

The Scottsdale Police Department said the victim's vehicle was burglarized at his home in the 9100 block of E. Maple Ln. about 4 a.m. on July 19.

The suspects then went shopping with the cards at Home Depot and Walmart stores across the Valley.

Surveillance photos captured three of the possibly five suspects, according to police.

The suspects were seen in a tan Chevy Silverado with a tool box in the bed.

Anyone with information is asked to call 480-312-TIPS or 480-WITNESS.

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