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ORO VALLEY (Tucson News Now) - Oro Valley Police are trying to locate two people suspected of using stolen credit cards.

On November 16, OVPD heard from a woman after her car was burglarized at LA Fitness on North Oracle Road.  The thieves broke a window and stole her purse.  The victim reported the incident immediately to OVPD.  Upon returning home, she discovered several of her credit cards had been used.

Police have obtained surveillance footage of two suspectsusing the victim's credit cards. The male suspect is described as a Hispanicmale in his early 40's, six feet tall, weighing approximately 185 pounds, witha mustache and patch of hair on his chin. He is observed wearing a whitet-shirt, black shorts and sandals and was seen driving a dark gray or black,possibly a Nissan Frontier, four-door truck with dark-colored roof racks.

Thefemale suspect is described as a Hispanic female approximately 40 years old, 5'- 5'3" in height, and approximately 180 lbs. She is seen wearing a black jacketwith a hood, blue jeans and blue t-shirt. Her hair is dark in color, worn in apony tail, and she was wearing dark sunglasses.

If you've seen either of these two suspects, call 911 or 88-CRIME.

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