PHOTO: Surveillance footage from Murphy Express captures an image of the suspect. / Photo courtesy of Spring Hill Police Department
BY ALEXANDER WILLIS
Spring Hill police are looking to identify a suspect believed to have stolen a vehicle from a Spring Hill neighborhood just off of Main Street, behind the Walmart.
The suspect also tried to purchase roughly $250 worth of merchandise with a credit card that was left in the vehicle at two nearby gas stations, according to police.
On February 20, police took a vehicle burglary report from a victim living on Fenwick Lane, which sits in a subdivision off of Wilkes Lane, just west of Main Street. The victim also reported to have had their credit card stolen during the theft.
Surveillance footage from the two gas stations; Twice Daily and Murphy Express, both on Main Street, captured images of the suspect, along with their vehicle, before and after their attempt to use the victim’s credit card.
Police say the vehicle in the surveillance footage – which appears to be an older model pickup truck – does not match the vehicle that was reported stolen.
Those with information on the suspect are asked to contact Detective Baker at 931-486-2252, extension 225, or to submit an anonymous tip online, which can be done by clicking here.