Stolen church debit card nets nearly $700 in fees


CORRECTION: Changed credit card to debit card.

MOORE, Okla. (KFOR) – The Moore Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating two people they believe are responsible for the theft of a wallet containing a Moore church’s debit card.

“The collaborative effort between us and the community is essential. We solve so many crimes because of our public support,” said Lt. Kyle Johnson of the Moore Police Department.

KTM Family Worship Center’

KTM Family Worship Center pastor Rick Meyers told KFOR that one of his church members accidentally left his wallet in a Five Below shopping cart on December 21, 2021. At the time he visited realized he was missing and went back to the store, he had already left. Meyers said Five Below security video revealed a man and a woman stole the trolley’s wallet.

“Of course he was upset,” Meyers said. “They stole all his means of subsistence. I mean, you know, a driver’s license and everything. I have already done the same. I just laid [my wallet] down and not think about it.

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The two people, according to the police, used the KTM debit card fraudulently.

According to the police department’s incident report, before the church member was able to block the card, charges of $260.38 at Target and $423.14 at Home Depot were accrued. The two fees total $683.52.

Police believe the two people pictured above are responsible.

Please call Moore Police at (405) 793-5171 if you have any information on the suspects.


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