Chandler police looking for two fraud suspects accused of using stolen ids

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By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers
By Natalie Rivers By Natalie Rivers

CHANDLER, Ariz. - The Chandler Police Department is looking for two suspects accused of using fraudulent credit accounts to purchase thousands of dollars in merchandise and gift cards.

The suspects allegedly used stolen identities to open accounts with stores Lowes, Home Depot, Sears, Cabela's and Kohl's and then used the accounts to purchase washers, dryers and gift cards.

Chandler police estimate the suspects have defrauded over $27,000 in merchandise from the stores.

One suspect is described as a Hispanic female, 5 feet 2 inches to 5 feet 5 inches tall, 180-200 pounds, brown hair and between 25 and 30 years-old.

The male suspect is a Hispanic male, about 6 feet tall, 180-200 pounds with black hair and between 25-30 years-old.

The suspects have used a blue-colored 1990 Chevy pick-up truck with Arizona license plate AGTO713 and a red colored pick-up truck with Sonora, Mexico license plate UU70805 in the crimes.

The Chandler Police Department is encouraging anyone with information to call 480-782-4130 or complete an anonymous tip on the Chandler police website, www.chandlerpd.com.