Police: "Office Creepers" Visit Doctor's Offices, Steal Credit Cards

Sandy Springs Police are looking for two women who used credit cards they allegedly stole from doctor's offices.

Credit: Sandy Springs Police
Credit: Sandy Springs Police
The Sandy Springs Police Department is asking the public to help them identify to women who have been using credit cards they allegedly stole from local medical facilities. 

The two women, who the agency refer to as "office creepers," allegedly visited doctor's offices at hospitals and medical buildings in areas such as Peachtree-Dunwoody and Johnson Ferry roads. 

These women, who police say are dressed in business attire complete with lanyards, swipe credit cards from wallets and purses inside these offices and visit stores such as Best Buy, Nordstrom and Apple to use the cards.

Both women have been captured on video, and "give the appearance they are at the hospital on official business," the Sandy Springs Police Department said in a news release.

The suspects were seen dropped off in a Chrysler 200 silver in color.

If anyone has any information on suspects, vehicle or occupants, contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-TIPS or www.crimestoppersatlanta.org.
OnceWasAnnie April 09, 2014 at 08:52 AM
People must be really stupid to leave their wallets just lying around! I have my wallet and cellphone near me at all times and when I have to use the restroom or be away from my work area, I put both items in my little shoulder bag/satchel. I wonder if those that are getting their valuables taken are the same kind of people that leave valuables overnight in their cars or their purses in the grocery cart? Same stupidity.
OnceWasAnnie April 09, 2014 at 08:53 AM
Laying around, I meant. I'm the grammar queen and am always correcting others...oops!
Allen April 14, 2014 at 09:47 AM
More Odrma voters at work
Mary Jones April 14, 2014 at 01:15 PM
Actually, I think chickens "lay" and people and objects "lie". Feel free to correct this if I am wrong. Something I learned a long time ago. Info. might have changed.
KELLI April 15, 2014 at 11:20 AM
The time to proofread an article is BEFORE it's published. Hint, hint - to Patch News....


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