Massachusetts State Police Detectives Seek Public’s Help in Identifying Suspects

June 1, 2017 -Springfield- The Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit assigned to Hampden District Attorney Anthony D. Gulluni’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying three individuals authorities believe to be involved in numerous credit card fraud cases in western and central Massachusetts, Connecticut, and possibly Rhode Island.

The credit card fraud took place in March 2017. The suspects traveled to numerous Walmart stores and used stolen credit card information to make fraudulent purchases worth thousands of dollars. The suspects traveled together in a white Ford expedition EL (extended length) SUV at the time, which may have been a rental car with possible Rhode Island or other out-of-state registration plates.

If you think you recognize any of these individuals in the photos please call the Massachusetts State Police Detective Unit, (413) 505-5936, or utilize Text-a-Tip by texting the word CRIMES (2-7-4-6-3-7) and type the word SOLVE into the body of the message followed by your tip.




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