Pueblo police are asking for the public's help to find two robbery suspects seen in this photograph.
Police responded to the Pueblo Community Health Center located at 310 Colorado Avenue on August 13 regarding a theft. The victim, Rebecca Martinez, told police someone had stolen her wallet while working at the center.
Martinez said she did not realize her wallet had been stolen until hours after the crime when she received a call from her credit card company advising her that there was some suspicious activity on her account.
Martinez's credit cards had been used at Loaf N Jug, Wal-Mart, Sonic, and McDonalds. The photo seen here are from the south side Wal-Mart where the suspects purchased two I-pods valued at $558.48 with the stolen credit cards. Click Photos to see a larger version of the surveillance photo.
The female appears to be in her mid twenties, wearing a low-cut shirt, blue jeans, white shoes, and has a pair of sunglasses on her head. She appears to be around 5'5" to 5'9" tall and around 100-130 lbs. with brown hair.
The male is wearing a white t-shirt with a square emblem on it with black jeans and white shoes. He appears to be around his mid-twenties around 5'5" to 5'9" tall with black hair and a medium build.
The total amount used on Martinez’ credit cards was over $1,545.00.
If you have any information on this theft you are urged to call Pueblo Crime Stoppers @ 542-STOP (542-7867) or go to their Web site linked below. Your information could earn you a cash reward.
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