Wildwood police seeking help in nabbing car thieves who used stolen credit card

Wildwood police officers are searching for three bandits involved in a recent car burglary.

A female suspect, described as white with blonde hair, used a stolen credit card recently at CVS to make a $675 purchase. She was wearing a blue shirt that had the words “Just Do It” on it and a black track suit jacket with white stripes on both sleeves.

Wildwood Police officers are searching for the man and woman pictured above, who are accused of breaking into a vehicle and using a stolen credit at CVS recently.

The woman’s pants were the same color blue as her shirt. The words “Just Do It” were printed on the right leg. And she was wearing flip flops, a Wildwood Police report says.

The man with her was described as a black male wearing black track suit pants with white stripes down each leg and a white shirt. He had on white tennis shoes with a black sole that wrapped up just over the bottom of the shoe, the report says.

The couple arrived and left in a dark-colored vehicle that someone else was driving, police say.

Anyone with information about the three thieves or the crimes committed is asked to call the Wildwood Police Department at (352) 330-1355, ext. 306, or (352) 661-6908. Those wishing to make anonymous tips can call Crime Line at 1-800-423-TIPS (8477).