Fraud charges after spending spree on stolen credit cards

TWO men alleged to have used stolen credit cards on a spending spree at the weekend have been arrested and charged.

Dalby police will allege two local men, aged 40 and 33, broke into a cabin early Saturday morning and stole a wallet which included a number of credit and debit cards.

On receiving reports of the break-in, general duties police executed a search warrant at a property on Sunday morning where the credit and debit cards were allegedly found.

The two men were arrested and later charged.

Police will allege the cards were used a number of times between 3am and 9am Saturday to purchase a quantity of goods in several transactions using pay-pass, with each less than $100.

A Dalby man, 33, will appear in the Dalby Magistrates Court this morning charged with nine counts of fraud and one each of burglary and possession of an implement.

The second man, 40, also from Dalby, will appear in court on May 30 charged with one count of burglary and nine of fraud.


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