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Oregon Police looking for credit card thief

The suspect, caught on surveillance video. The suspect, caught on surveillance video.
OREGON, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Oregon Police are searching for a woman they say stole a credit card and has spent more than $1,000 with it.

Police say the suspect stole the card in mid-October. She can be seen on surveillance video inside the Walmart on Navarre Avenue, where she used the card. They say she also used it at Meijer, Taco Bell and several gas stations.

The suspect was caught on video driving away in what is believed to be a silver Pontiac.

"We all end up paying the price…the store has to raise the prices," said Det. Ryan Spangler with the Oregon Police. "We really need to get her off the streets because she's in possession of stolen items."

Anyone with information on the suspect is encouraged to call the Oregon Police Department at 419-698-7069.

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