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Police: Teens Use Lost Credit Card for Movie Tickets, Photo Booth



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    Police need the public's help in identifying this group of teens who they say stole a credit card.

    A group of teens who used a woman's missing credit card to buy movie tickets and pictures at a photo booth left a telling trail of evidence, according to police.

    Michelle Crislip reported her credit card missing June 6 at a Coldstone Creamery in the Crofton area of Anne Arundel County,  Md.

    Records showed the card was used the day before at a Regal Movie Theater. Surveillance video shows a group of teens buying tickets for a movie with the card.

    "They said they used it to buy four tickets to "The Purge," large sodas and popcorn," Crisplip told News4.

    They then paid for a photo booth using the card as well. One can be seen holding up a credit card in one of the photos.

    "I can't  believe they were so blase... showing off using the card," Crislip said.

    In total, the teens spent $15 at the booth and $57.75 at Regal Movie Theater.

    The group left the photos and the credit card behind, police said.

    "I guess they took too many [photos] and someone found them and called police," Crislip said.

    If you know who the teens are or have any other information related to this incident, contact Anne Arundel County Police at 410-222-6155.