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Hattiesburg police seek public's help solving three crimes

Two suspects wanted for credit card fraud Two suspects wanted for credit card fraud
A suspect sought in connection to a credit card fraud case. A suspect sought in connection to a credit card fraud case.
A suspect sought in a residential burglary case A suspect sought in a residential burglary case
The second suspect sought in an April residential burglary case The second suspect sought in an April residential burglary case
The third suspect sought in a residential burglary case The third suspect sought in a residential burglary case
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

The Hattiesburg Police Department has asked the public to be on the look out for some suspects in a few unsolved crimes that occurred in April. 

On April 17, a black female wearing a black and white striped shirt fraudulently used a credit card at the Wal-Mart on Hwy 49. 

On April 23rd, two Asian males fraudulently used a credit card at Lowe's Home Improvement. 

On April 29th, three black males burglarized a residence on Louise Street. 

If you have any information regarding any of the suspects in the three crimes, contact HPD at 601-545-4971 or Crimestoppers at 601-582-7876. 

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