2 Men Ruled Out As Suspects In East Walnut Avenue Kangaroo Stolen Credit Card Case In Dalton

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Dalton Police have ruled out two men in a surveillance picture, taken on April 16, at the Kangaroo service station on East Walnut Avenue.

The men were suspected of using a stolen credit card to make purchases at the Kangaroo service station on East Walnut Avenue.  The individuals in the pictures made contact with investigators and have been ruled out as suspects in the case. The card that they used belonged to them. 

The stolen card was apparently used at the same time at an ATM in a different area of the store.

  There is no video of that transaction.



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