Oregon State Police seeking tips related to alleged credit card theft
Written by Press Release on March 5, 2023
Salem, Ore., – Oregon State Police is asking for the public’s assistance with theft of a credit card investigation in Douglas & Lane Counties.
An OSP Trooper was contacted by an individual who was traveling on Interstate-5 on February 10, 2023, with her three kids when, at approximately 11:00 AM, she stopped at the rest area near milepost 206. It was during that stop that she discovered her credit card was missing. The OSP Trooper was able to track down these images from video surveillance obtained from the stores in which the suspect used the stolen credit card.
The suspect’s vehicle looks to be similar to a 2000 GMC pickup with what appears to be aftermarket wheels. The suspect used the stolen card at the Pilot Fuel Station and Adult Store in Rice Hill as well as the Bi-Mart and Grocery Outlet in Cottage Grove. There was an additional attempt at an auto parts store in Springfield, but the card was declined.
Anyone with information about the identity of this suspect is asked to contact the Oregon State Police Dispatch Center at 1-800-442-2068 or OSP from your mobile phone. Refer to Case #: SP23-046505