West Shore RCMP have identified a man allegedly involved in credit card fraud at a Colwood gas station in late January. (Courtesy of West Shore RCMP)

West Shore RCMP identify suspect in credit card theft after public plea for help

Incident took place at Petro Canada station on Jan. 27

The West Shore RCMP have identified a suspect allegedly involved in credit card fraud in Colwood after asking the public for help and releasing his photo on Tuesday.

RELATED: West Shore RCMP seek public help to identify credit card fraud suspect at Colwood gas station

On the evening of Jan. 27, video surveillance captured images of a person using a stolen credit card to buy Visa prepaid credit cards. According to police, there were additional transactions using the stolen card at other retailers.

READ ALSO: West Shore RCMP reminds drivers to watch for pedestrians following two incidents

“We appreciate the assistance of the public and media,” stated Cpl. Chris Dovell.



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