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CCPD searching for credit card abuse suspect

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CORPUS CHRISTI -

Cops are on the hunt to track down a man accused of taking cash from a couple's bank account without their permission. 

The victims contacted police and told them someone was making several ATM withdrawals from their account using a debit card. 

Police say the victims claim they never gave permission for anyone to make these withdrawals. 

The victims also told officers they never lost their debit cards and still possess them. 

Detectives were able to obtain surveillance images of the possible suspect at the couple's bank located on the 4400 block of Weber Rd. 

Police need help from the public to identify and locate this suspect. 

If you recognize this man, you can call Crime Stoppers at 888-TIPS or submit a tip online at 888tips.com

You will remain anonymous, and if the information you provide leads to an arrest it could earn you a cash reward. 

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