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This man is a suspect in connection with $23,000 allegedly charged to a credit card in 90 minutes.
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Boulder police are seeking a suspect in connection with $23,000 in charges that were racked up using two stolen credit cards in under 90 minutes.

Police are looking for this man in connection with $23,000 charged to a stolen credit card.

The victim of the card theft, who was shopping in the King Soopers on 30th Street at the time, left their wallet in a shopping cart unattended. The suspect stole the two credit cards out of the wallet and made $23,000 worth of purchases at three different Apple stores within an hour and a half.

The victim did not notice the cards were missing at first, though after receiving phone notifications of large purchases, called the credit card company and reported the fraud.

On Tuesday, Boulder police and Apple loss prevention were able to locate a picture of the suspect. Police have released the photo with him outlined in red.

Those who can identify the suspect or have any information that could aid in finding him are encouraged to call 303-441-3345.

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