Police looking for man and woman in connection to credit card fraud

Police are looking for two people who allegedly used a stolen credit card at a local Wal-Mart.

The Princeton Police Department says on January 23rd, a man and woman purchased over $500 worth of merchandise with a stolen credit card.

Anyone who knows their identities is asked to call the Princeton Police Department at (270) 365-4657 or Dispatch at (270) 365-2041.

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