Police trying to identify 2 suspects involved in credit card skimming at Shell station
RICHLAND, Wash. — Two men have been determined as suspects in the credit card skimming case at a Shell gas station in Richland earlier this month.
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying these suspects. They allegedly attached a credit card skimmer to the inside of a gas pump at the Shell station on Williams Boulevard.
Credit card skimmers are used to steal banking information from unsuspecting customers. In most cases, they’re placed on the outside of a credit card scanner.
Police said the men caught on security surveillance stayed at a nearby motel between Mar. 10 and 14. They were likely driving a maroon Jeep Liberty of a later model.
If you know who these suspects are, call the Richland Police Department at 509-942-7648 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.