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The West Virginia State Police need your help solving a case of credit card fraud.

A female used a credit card at the Go-Mart in Hurricane to purchase drinks and chips at approximately 5 a.m. on Fri., June 28, according to troopers.

The suspect then went to the Wal-Mart in Hurricane and attempted to buy more items, but the card was declined.

Neither location could provide a vehicle description for the suspect.

Any information should be forwarded to Trooper J. A. VanHoose at the Winfield State Police Office at (304) 586-2000.