Man wanted in LSU credit card theft
BATON ROUGE - Police at LSU released surveillance photos of a man they said was wanted for questioning over a stolen credit card.
LSUPD said the card was reported stolen on Oct. 29, 2013. It was used the same day at a business off of the campus.
The store's cameras got pictures of the person using the card, as well as a pickup they were driving. Investigators said they believe the vehicle is a dark-colored Chevy Avalanche.
Anyone with information about the person's identity should call (225) 578-3231, or submit a tip anonymously through the LSU Police website. A cash reward is offered for information which leads to an arrest.
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