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Suspect spotted using credit cards stolen from Oshawa construction site

The DRPS are looking to identify this woman who was seen on surveillance cameras using stolen credit cards at a Tim Hortons on Simcoe Street. The cards were stolen from a construction site in Oshawa on Jan. 8. (Photo courtesy of the DRPS)

Police are looking to identify a woman spotted on surveillance cameras using stolen credit cards.

The credit cards were stolen during a break-in on Jan. 8 when unknown suspects broke into a work van at a construction site in the area of Conlin Road and Simcoe Street in Oshawa. The suspects stole several power tools, copper wire and a wallet containing debit cards and a Visa card. Purchases were later made using the credit and debit cards that were inside the wallet.

Investigators have released surveillance images of a female who used the stolen cards in hope of identifying her. The surveillance footage was taken at a Tim Hortons on Simcoe Street on the date of the theft.

The first suspect is described as a white male, 20 to 40 years-old, clean shaven, and wearing a hoodie with a reflective construction jacket.

The second suspect is described as a white female in her 20s, straight long brown hair and, wearing a large construction coat with reflective marks on the front, rear and sleeves.

The suspect vehicle is described as a newer model Chevrolet pickup truck.

Anyone with new information about this incident is asked to contact D/Cst. Towler of the Central West Division Criminal Investigation Bureau at 1-888-579-1520, ext. 1836.