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ASHLAND, Va. (WTVR) – Ashland Police released a photo of three people who may be suspects in a string of purse thefts.

“On Saturday, February 1 and Tuesday, February 18, female victims reported their purses were stolen from their shopping carts while in the parking lot of a supermarket in Ashland,” Ashland Police Department Public Information Officer Chip Watts wrote in an email. “One victim later reported that her stolen credit card was used in fraudulent charges on Tuesday, February 25 at a retail store in Glen Allen.”

Anyone with information about this crime was asked to call Ashland Police at 804-798-1227 or Crime Stoppers at 804-780-1000.


  • robby

    “retail store” meaning a target maybe.If retailers would ask for id when accepting a credit card then this would be impossible.If I was a clerk these 3 would warrant that for sure.

    • Mandi

      As long as a card is signed on the back than most places are not required to ask for an id
      I worked retail and as long as the card is signed than no we don’t have to ask for an id

    • athynz

      Nice… the troll comes out to play. Sorry to burst your bubble there but 1) I’m not a thief and 2) I’m much better looking than either one of those dudes.

  • MLee Baker

    People themselves can take one of the equations out of this to help prevent it. There is motive and opportunity. Deny the opportunity. Either stop carrying around something you have to leave in a cart (just take out what you need right then, your ID and credit card and stick them in your pocket or buy an ID holder to carry on your neck), or if you choose to take your purse in, good grief, keep an eye on it. Make it a habit, like locking your house and car when you leave.

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