FBI seeking information on Natchez, Vidalia crimes
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, August 18, 2009
NATCHEZ — The Mississippi branch of the FBI is searching for information about fraudulent activity that occurred in Natchez and Vidalia.
The bureau has photographs of two people of interest in the investigation, as well as a photograph of the suspects’ vehicle, taken by security cameras at the Walmart in Vidalia.
The two are believed to be responsible for identity theft and committing credit card fraud at the Natchez Mall, an Exxon gas station on John R. Junkin Drive and the Wendy’s restaurant in Vidalia.
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FBI Spokesperson Deborah Madden said she could not disclose the amount of the fraudulent purchases.
Local police said they were unaware of the investigation.
A reward of as much as $2,500 is being offered for information that leads to the arrest or identification of the suspects.
Anyone with more information about the identity or whereabouts of the suspects should contact the FBI at 601-948-5000 or local law enforcement.