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Crimestoppers: Suspects seen using stolen credit card

Theft suspects (Source: JPD) Theft suspects (Source: JPD)
Kevin Morris, Kiera Vann (Source: JPD) Kevin Morris, Kiera Vann (Source: JPD)
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JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

This week on Crimestoppers Jonesboro police say they have some suspects on camera using a stolen debit card.

JPD is looking for an ID on the suspects seen doing some shopping with the stolen card at Walmart.  The report from JPD says the stolen card was used three times for a total of nearly $700.  It was attempted to be used a couple more times for another $450.

Another clue: the suspects arrived in a silver Ford Explorer.

If you can make the ID, there's money in it for you.  Call Crimestoppers anonymously at 935-STOP.

On Warrant Watch this week JPD is looking for Kevin and Kiera.

Kevin Morris has 20 warrants on his tab.

Kiera Vann has warrants from JPD and Craighead County.  She has a total of 25 warrants.

If you can lead police to Kiera Vann or Kevin Morris, it's worth money.

Call in that tip to Crimestoppers at 935-STOP. You can also text it in.

Take your iPhone or Droid phone and type in 2-7-4-6-3-7 or type in the word "CRIMES" if your phone can do that. Then, in the message, type in 935stop. One word, followed by your tip.  Hit send and you'll get a message back from Crimestoppers with your anonymous tip number. This is yours to keep for any future reward.  That's how Crimestoppers works, 935-STOP.

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