Esk Police have appealed for witnesses after a man stole a credit card in December. Photo: CCTV Esk Police
Esk Police have appealed for witnesses after a man stole a credit card in December. Photo: CCTV Esk Police

Police appeal for witnesses after credit card theft

ESK Police have released CCTV images as part of an appeal to the public following the theft of a credit card.

Esk police Officer-in-Charge Sergeant Karlene Trezise said investigations continue into a theft of a credit card from an Esk business on December 12.

Sgt Trezise said the suspect unlawfully used the credit card on the day of the offence at another business in Esk.

Esk Police have appealed for witnesses after a man stole a credit card from a local business. Photos: CCTV of wanted man (Supplied by Esk Police).
Esk Police have appealed for witnesses after a man stole a credit card from a local business. Photos: CCTV of wanted man (Supplied by Esk Police).

Sgt Trezise appealed to anyone who knows the identity of the person and vehicle in the images, or may have witnessed the incident, to contact police.

Anyone who may have witnessed the above car in Esk should contact police. (Photo: Supplied by Esk Police)
Anyone who may have witnessed the above car in Esk should contact police. (Photo: Supplied by Esk Police)

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