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Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree

The Onondaga Sheriff’s Office is putting you ‘On The Lookout’ after they say a man and a woman stole a purse from a car then used the victim’s credit card to go on a $2,000 shopping spree.
Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree (Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriff's Office)
Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree (Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriff's Office)
Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree (Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriff's Office)
Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree (Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriff's Office)
Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree (Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriff's Office)
Deputies: Suspects broke into car, stole purse and used credit cards to go on $2,000 shopping spree (Photo courtesy of Onondaga County Sheriff's Office)
Syracuse (WSYR-TV) - The Onondaga Sheriff’s Office is putting you ‘On The Lookout’ after they say a man and a woman stole a purse from a car then used the victim’s credit card to go on a $2,000 shopping spree.

Deputies say the theft occurred on Friday, Nov. 15 in the parking lot of Gold’s Gym located at 7455 Morgan Rd in the town of Clay.

“The suspects punched out the lock of her vehicle and they were able to steal the purse,” said Onondaga County Deputy Herb Wiggins.

From there, detectives say the suspects went shopping at Target and Walmart in Camillus and Destiny USA.

Deputies say the suspects spent more than $2,000 and even bought a 50-inch TV.

“They did all of that within a couple of hours after taking the purse,” Deputy Wiggins said.

Surveillance footage collected from both Walmart and Target show the suspects going in and out of the stores and there's video of them in the parking lot heading to their white car.

If you can help investigators identify the suspects, you are urged to call (315) 435-3081.

All tips will remain confidential.

Law enforcement officials throughout the area are advising residents to lock their vehicles and to hide personal belongings that could attract criminals.

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