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Crime Stoppers: Card swiper seen swiping

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The card she swiped at Kroger was not hers to swipe. The card she swiped at Kroger was not hers to swipe.
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

How many times do have a credit or debit card in your hands to pay for items these days?

What if your card wound up in somebody else's hands? It happened to one person. The thief Huntsville Police are looking for is seen on store surveillance video.

June 16th at the Kroger on Drake Avenue, you can see the crook using a stolen credit card. The victim had just reported that card missing after her purse was stolen in Decatur.

The thief has a cap pulled down very low on her face, covering her eyes.

But if she's a friend or family member of yours, you're still going to know who she is. You can see her at the cash register, using the stolen card.

There are several surveillance puctures of her moving throughout the store.

Police describe her as having long brown hair, wearing a gray hat, a plaid flannel shirt over a white shirt, with shorts and flip flops.

Trouble is in the "cards" for her. But we can't do this without you.

If you know who she is, make the anonymous phone call to 256-53-Crime.

Or you can speed things up by texting or e-mailing your anonymous tips.

To do that, go to our Crime Stoppers page, then hit the Huntsville Area Crime Stoppers link.

You'll be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.

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