Thief tries to use credit card left inside stolen vehicle

Stettler RCMP remind the public to remove valuables from vehicles while they’re not in use

  • Jul. 12, 2019 2:30 p.m.

A Stetter resident had not only an SUV stolen, but a credit card that had been left inside the vehicle.

Two people are believed to be responsible for the theft that took place July 4.

A female unsuccessfully tried to make a purchase with the credit card and then paid with cash.

The licence plate attached to the vehicle had earlier been reported stolen in Blackfalds.

Police remind the public to remove valuables from vehicles when they’re not in use.

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