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BURLESON (CBSDFW.COM) – Johnson County Sheriff’s investigators said in a statement on Thursday that they are looking for suspects who allegedly used a cloned credit card. Credit card cloning is a technique where someone gets your credit card information and copies it onto a bogus card and uses it.

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The Sheriff’s Department said someone used one on February 9 at four Burleson locations:  Walgreens, Kroger, Wal-Mart and Bealls.

According to the statement, one suspect — who is male — “appears to have a tattoo on the left area of his neck and has poor posture.”

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Credit card clone suspect in Burleson (surveillance)

Credit card clone suspect in Burleson (surveillance)

Officials said he was seen with the second suspect — a “heavy set” white female. They were driving a dark-colored smaller four-door sedan.

Woman with credit card suspect in Burleson (surveillance)

Woman with credit card suspect in Burleson (surveillance)

Officials requested that the public contact Detective D. Mihalchik at 817-556-6058 Ext. 238 or by email at if they recognize the description of this pair.

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