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Woodburn Police looking for credit card theft suspect

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WOODBURN, OR (KPTV) -

Woodburn Police need help identifying a suspect who it believes has made several fraudulent purchases on a credit card.

Polices said the purchases were made on April 4 at several locations in Marion county, including a Woodburn Walmart, two Salem Walmart’s and a Lowe's in Keizer.

Jane Guajardo said over $900 dollars were taken out of her credit card.

“How did they get my numbers?” Guajardo asked. “I don’t understand.”

Guajardo said this is the first time it’s happened to her after being with her bank for 44 years. She adds, the bank has reimbursed her for the loss.

“It’s frustrating. I hope they catch this guy.”

According to police, the suspect appears to be dark complexion, and described by witnesses as possibly Middle Eastern. Suspect has a full beard, an earring on his left ear, a watch on his left wrist and a beret style hat. He is about 5’9” to 6’ and 230 pounds.

Anyone with information is asked to call Woodburn Police or contact Sgt. Andy Shadrin at 503-969-2259 or andy.shadrin@ci.woodburn.or.us.

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