Missoula Police Seeking Information on Debit Card Theft
The Missoula Police Department is asking for tips to help solve a motor vehicle break-in and credit card theft case from December.
On December 16, a debit card was stolen out of a local vehicle and was used at a Missoula convenience store the following day.
Missoula Police Detective-Sergent Travis Welsh says that the card was discovered and turned in by a good Samaritan. It appears to have only been used to make one purchase.
The individual in the above photo is suspected of using the card, but it is unclear whether or not he had anything to do with the vehicle break in.
Welsh describes the suspect as being “between the ages of 18 and 25 years old with dark black or brown hair. He’s Caucasian, wearing a dark colored jacket and jeans.” The suspect was also sighted driving a late 90’s model, white Ford Taurus.
Anyone with any information relating to this case is advised to call Crimestoppers at at 721-4444. If Any information provided leads to an arrest and conviction informants may be eligible for a cash reward up to $1,000.