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Police: Woman Used Stolen Credit Card

Law enforcement are seeking a white female who was seen on video surveillance allegedly using a credit card that authorities said had been stolen during an armed robbery.

Police in Montgomery County are seeking the public's help in identifying a woman who they say was caught on video surveillance in Lower Bucks County on several occasions using a credit card that had been stolen earlier this month during an armed robbery.

The white female, who appears to be wearing glasses in an image shared by Horsham Township police, allegedly used the stolen credit card at a number of businesses and a bank in the areas of Bensalem, Bristol, Croydon and Morrisville.

It is not clear if the woman was involved in the alleged armed robbery, which police said resulted in the credit card being stolen. 

According to authorities, police responded to a report of an armed robbery on Jan. 7 in the parking lot of the Residence Inn on Walnut Grove Road in Horsham. Police said the victim reported getting out of the vehicle when a male, armed with a handgun, approached and demanded money. The victim’s wallet and $400 in cash were taken during the robbery, police said. 

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Since then, police said the victim’s credit card was used at a number of Bucks County locations, including the CVS in Bensalem. Police said that in addition to having surveillance photos from the CVS purchase, they also have video surveillance footage from CVS, as well as from the 7-Eleven in Bristol. 

"At this time we are not sure of the connection between the female and male. We are still looking for the male involved in the robbery," Horsham Police Detective Adam Dunning told Patch. "The pictured female is the only person that appears in any of the surveillance footage we have seen."

Anyone with information, or who recognizes the woman is asked to contact Detective James Vincenti at the Horsham Township Police Department at 215-643-8284.

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