CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Charleston Police are asking for your help to catch two men accused of using a stolen credit card.
On November 28 he saw the victim in the Marquee Cinemas Southridge in a movie, if someone in their truck and stole her handbag.
Charleston police said later in the night, the two men arrested on surveillance cameras with a credit card for the woman Southridge Wal-Mart.
Detectives say the men must sign an iPod with front and then went to the back of the store and tried to buy a car DVD player.
That's when the clerk refused to sell because there is a photo ID.
The total amount in this account will be charged at this time, $ 312.70, then the police.
This is the third time that this will be a few days. The day before, police WSAZ.com say two cars were at the Olive Garden near collapsed and two purses stolen. For now, police do not know if related cases.
If you have additional information about these cases, I invite you to Charleston Police Department Detectives at 304-348-6480 children.