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      Police say pair stole credit cards, broke into cars

      Suspects in thefts, break-ins (provided)

      MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) -- Police are asking for help to find two men they believe might have used stolen credit cards to purchase electronics.

      A spokesman for the Mount Pleasant Police Department said investigators are looking into several automobile break-ins at Walmart, 3000 Proprietors Place.

      On Oct. 2, according to a news release from the police department, the suspects used credit cards stolen from the Sea Palms Crescent portion of the Marais subdivision to purchase a laptop computer and a Sony analog receiver.

      The suspects are believed to be about 20 years old. They might be driving a GMC SUV that dates to the late '80s or early '90s.

      There also was an unauthorized use of a credit card at the Bank of America ATM on Rivers Avenue in North Charleston, investigators said.

      Anyone with information about the case can call the Mount Pleasant Police Department at 884-4176.

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