A credit card fraud suspect allegedly used the card to buy two gaming systems and a flat-screen television, according to police.
Oakwood Police are looking for a white man around 50 years old who allegedly used a stolen credit card in two separate purchases.
The suspect used a stolen credit card and driver’s license Tuesday to purchase a PlayStation 4 and an Xbox at GameStop, police said.
“The same suspect committed a similar offense by using the victim’s credit card to purchase a (55-inch) flat-screen television from a Wal-Mart store located in Buford,” Sgt. Danny Sridej wrote in a news release.
The suspect has a slim build and was seen wearing glasses. He appeared to leave in a dark-color SUV with an unknown accomplice driving.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at 770-534-2364.