CYPRESS (Covering Katy News) - Constable Ted Heap is asking for your help identifying two suspects wanted for using credit cards recently stolen from a car in Cypress/Katy area. 

The victim discovered the burglary on the morning of Wednesday, November 6. His SUV was parked overnight at his home in the 10400 block of Kingston Creek Lane which is near Fry Road and Tuckerton Road. It appears the burglary took place in the predawn hours that morning.

Before the burglary was discovered and the credit cards reported stolen, several fraudulent purchases were made at multiple stores across Northwest Harris County. Security cameras captured a man and a woman each using the stolen credit cards that morning. Investigators believe the two suspects may have other stolen credit cards in their possession as well.

“Criminals think they can make a living by stealing from people who work hard to make an honest living, but with our deputies’ hard work and improvements in video technology, we will do our best to stop them and bring them to justice,” said Harris County Precinct 5 Constable Ted Heap. “I am hoping someone recognizes one or both of these suspects and will help us identify them.”

The first suspect is a black female who appears to be in her late 30’s. She is approximately 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-8 inches tall with a heavy build. She was wearing a dark shirt with multi-colored lettering reading “I only say what everybody else is thinking.” She has glasses, hoop earrings, black tights with holes, black socks and red-and-green Gucci sandals. 

The second suspect is a black male who appears to be in his 30’s. He is approximately 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-8 inches tall and is wearing a yellow 2018 New Orleans Saints t-shirt with a Tom Benson logo across the back. He was also wearing ripped blue jean shorts, red high-top sneakers and a grey-and-black two-toned Astros cap.

If you recognize these suspects or have any information that may help solve these crimes, Constable Heap asks you to contact Investigator Renee Benford (renee.benford@cn5.hctx.net) or use the online crime tips webpage: https://constablepct5.com/index.php/online-crime-tips/

Constable Heap reminds you to keep your cars and trucks locked at all times. Do not leave packages or valuables visible inside your vehicle. Use security cameras and exterior security lighting to help deter burglars too.

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