Goose Creek police asked for help identifying two men accused of using a stolen credit card last week.
A woman told police she parked her blue Chrysler Town and Country van at her Sully Street home about 8 p.m. Dec. 4., and forgot her wallet inside the vehicle.
She noticed her wallet missing when she came outside the next morning, and several items from her glove compartment were scattered on her front passenger seat, an incident report states.
The woman told police she must have left the door unlocked because she didnít notice any forced entry into the vehicle.
A surveillance camera captured two men using one of the womanís credit cards at a Wal-Mart in Goose Creek on Dec. 4, police say.
Police described the two suspects as a black man wearing dark jeans and a dark jacket with the Coors Field Logo on the back, and a white man wearing a Chicago Bears hooded jacket.
The two men drove away in a light colored Ford extended cab truck, police say.
Anyone with information can call investigator Guy Riccio at 863-5200 ext. 2337 or Crime Stoppers at 554-1111.
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