Lebanon police seek suspects in Jeep theft, credit card fraud

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LEBANON — A 2021 Jeep Gladiator was stolen from the Dartmouth Coach parking lot on Sunday, police said, after a male dropped off a young female who is suspected of taking the vehicle.

The stolen Jeep was found in the Hilton Garden Hotel parking lot, but a credit card left inside it remains missing after being used for fraudulent transactions.

The Lebanon Police Department reported that the young female suspect was wearing a surgical mask, hat, and coat when she allegedly stole the Jeep on Dec. 3.

Later, an older female associated with the theft used the credit card at several local businesses.

She was described as wearing a long-sleeved shirt with “Holiday Vibes” printed on the front.

Authorities have not recovered the credit card and are urging the public to come forward with any information regarding the identity of the suspects.

Witnesses or individuals with knowledge of the incidents are encouraged to contact the Lebanon Police Department at 603-448-1212.

Police continue to investigate the theft and the subsequent fraudulent purchases as they work to identify the suspects involved.

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