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3 sought in Hepzhibah debit card theft

Wednesday, Aug 22, 2012 11:43 AM
Last updated 7:31 PM
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Richmond County investigators are asking for assistance in their search for three men caught on surveillance cameras using a debit card stolen from a mailbox.

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Richmond County investigators are asking for assistance in their search for three men caught on surveillance cameras using a debit card stolen from a mailbox.  SPECIAL
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Richmond County investigators are asking for assistance in their search for three men caught on surveillance cameras using a debit card stolen from a mailbox.



Investigator Dan Ferrel said the debit card was stolen from a mailbox in the 4000 block of Bridle Path Drive in Hephzibah while the resident was out of town. The resident returned home July 24 and found the card missing and an opened envelope containing the new PIN.

Three men were seen using the card at the ATM at Wells Fargo’s Miracle Mile Branch on Mike Padgett Highway on July 22.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Richmond County Sheriff’s Office at (706) 821-1020.

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csrareader
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csrareader 08/22/12 - 12:23 pm
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Well, this shouldn't take

Well, this shouldn't take long. Dummies.

BamaMan
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BamaMan 08/22/12 - 12:38 pm
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street

Bridle Path Drive, not Brindle. Having someone pick up your mail could've stopped that. Simple. Even the Post Office would've held it for her. Geez

Little Lamb
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Little Lamb 08/22/12 - 02:11 pm
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Debit Card

I've had several debit cards over the years. In each case, the debit card comes in an envelope with no PIN. The PIN comes in another envelope on a different day.

Of course, in this case where the person was out of town on vacation, there might have been enough lapsed days where both envelopes eventually arrived. Bad karma.

scgator
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scgator 08/22/12 - 04:59 pm
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I ALWAYS have such things

I ALWAYS have such things sent to my bank and pick them up in person........

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