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Peterborough pair charged with identity, credit card fraud
Anthony Heppe, 21, of Old Dublin Road has been arrested and charged with two counts of identity fraud, a Cclass A felony, for using stolen credit cards at a Red Box kiosk outside of the CVS Pharmacy on Route 101 and online at Amazon.com for many purchases there as well, Police Chief Scott Guinard said in press release Thursday.
Police are also seeking his alleged accomplice, 22-year-old Erin Bishop of Wilder Street.
Police have issued a warrant for her arrest, charging her with identity fraud, a class A felony, for using stolen credit cards at the Big Apple Convenience Store on Route 101 as well as the Red Box at CVS and with Heppe, purchasing items online through Amazon.com at Heppe’s Old Dublin Road home.
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