Police Seeking Help Finding Suspects In Bucks County Restaurant Theft
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BENSALEM, Pa (CBS) — Bensalem police are asking for help from the public as they try to identify two women who they say swiped cash and a credit card from a woman’s purse in a Trevose, Bucks County restaurant on Sunday night.
Sometime shortly before 9 p.m., the victim and her family were having dinner at the Longhorn Steakhouse near the Neshaminy Mall when they noticed an American Express card and $500 in cash were missing from a wallet.
Police said the credit card was used at two nearby stores to charge $1,000 worth of merchandise at the Target and $500 at a CVS store.
Bensalem Sergeant Andy Aninsman said they have surveillance shots from the CVS.
“Of the two black females coming in, one is identifiable. She has a garb on. And the other one is a wearing a shirt and she’s got glasses.”
Aninsman said they are comparing notes with other area police departments to try to determine whether these women have struck before.
Reported by Brad Segall, KYW Newsradio.