From The Trussville Tribune staff reports
BIRMINGHAM — Authorities with the Vestavia Hills Police Department are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects who allegedly broke into a vehicle and stole credit cards, according to a post by the department on social media.
According to the post a vehicle was broken into on Christmas Eve and credit cards were taken. Those cards were used at Rite Aid and Walgreens on Highway 31 in Vestavia on Christmas Day.
Police are looking for two suspects in connection with the robbery and use of the stolen cards.
“The subject with the reddish hair appears to be a suspect we have been looking for in previous investigations,” said the post. “There are no good pictures of the subject in the dark coat and hat at this time.
“We feel these are local guys, so if you have any information contact Detective Tritt. You may call 978-0120 or 978-0140. You can leave a tip by clicking on the Submit A Tip on (the Vestavia Hills Police Department) Facebook page. You may also text an anonymous tip at 274637 (CRIMES) keyword VHPD.”
Traci Gunn Zieverink
Pamela Whittington Shepard