New Jersey State Police are looking for a suspect who is suspecting of stealing a debit card out of a car, and then using it in two Cumberland County convenience stores.

State Police say that back on July 3rd troopers investigated a vehicle burglary in Hopewell Township. The victim reported that someone had broken into his car and his debit card was missing from the vehicle. He reported that the card had been used twice that same day.

Police investigated and found that the card was used on at least two occasions: at the Wawa in Upper Deerfield Township, and at a Wawa in Millville.

Police were able to match up surveillance video with the card uses, and have found a suspect, described as "a white male, thin build, with black facial hair." Photos are included here.

New Jersey State Police
New Jersey State Police

If you can help identify the man, you're urged to contact Trooper Tyler Coulbourn, of the New Jersey State Police Bridgeton Station, at 856-451-0101. Anonymous tips are welcome.
SOURCE: New Jersey State Police

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