Two men sought for allegedly stealing truck, credit card

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SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. — Authorities are looking for two men in connection to a truck theft from Breckenridge and a stolen credit card found inside a few weeks ago.

On Oct. 30, a Summit County sheriff’s deputy received a report of a stolen Toyota Tundra from a home in the Breckenridge area. The victim’s credit card was used at the Frisco Wal-Mart that same morning, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office said.

Surveillance cameras captured video of the man in a tan jacket using the credit card accompanied by another man in a dark jacket.  The two left the store together, the sheriff’s office said.

The man wearing the dark jacket left the Wal-Mart in the stolen Tundra.  The man in the tan jacket left the parking lot in another dark-colored pickup truck.

The stolen Tundra was later recovered by the Englewood Police Department.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Det. Rob Pearce at 970-423-8925.

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