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Mt. Juliet police searching for credit card thief

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MOUNT JULIET, TN (WSMV) -

Mt. Juliet police need your help finding a man who racked up hundreds of dollars on a stolen credit card.

Police say the man bought more than $600 worth of items from the Best Buy in Mt. Juliet and tried using the card again at Target, but it was declined.

Security cameras caught the man leaving the store empty-handed.

If you recognize him from the provided surveillance image, call Mt. Juliet police.

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