New photos released of suspects wanted in citywide credit card theft

Police have released new pictures of suspects wanted for using stolen credit card information in Brooklyn from more than 60 people around the city. Police

Police have released new pictures of suspects wanted for using stolen credit card information in Brooklyn from more than 60 people around the city.

Police have released new pictures of suspects wanted for using stolen credit card information in Brooklyn from more than 60 people around the city. (8/4/16)

BROOKLYN - Police have released new pictures of suspects wanted for using stolen credit card information in Brooklyn from more than 60 people around the city.

Police say the group is part of a citywide theft of credit card information and used them to buy merchandise in East New York and Brownsville.

An estimated  $30,000 worth of purchases were made in Brooklyn.

The suspects stole the information from at least 60 victims around New York City between May 25 and July 18. 

Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS. 

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