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KINGSPORT, TN (WJHL) -

Kingsport Police are looking for help in finding two women accused of stealing a credit card and going on a shopping spree.

Police say the women seen in surveillance pictures faces felony charges of identity theft.

This past August, a man traveling through the Tri-Cities either lost or had stolen a credit card at a Kingsport gas station.  The women have been using the card to make fraudulent purchases in Kingsport, police said.

"They had over $600 in purchases on this gentleman's credit card, and most of the purchases they had bought things like cigarettes and pre-paid phone cards," said Det. John McGee, Kingsport Police. 

If you have any information or recognize the women in the surveillance pictures, Kingsport Police ask that you call them : 423-229-9429 or 423-246-9111.

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