July 8, 2014 – CASE INVESTIGATION #14-000721

The Johnston Police Department is attempting to identify the persons pictured in connection with a criminal investigation involving a stolen credit card that was fraudulently used on June 22nd at the Grimes Walmart. According to the report, sometime on/about Sunday, June 22nd a Johnston resident’s wallet was either lost or stolen and one of his credit cards was then used to make a fraudulent purchase at 07:25 a.m. Sunday morning at the Grimes Walmart located at 2150 E. 1st Street in Grimes. One of the subjects in question is described as being a Caucasian female believed to be in her thirties with brown hair and wearing a black tank top, brown shorts and sandals. The female also had a round shaped tattoo in the middle of her back just below her neck line. The other person in question was described as being a Caucasian male believed to be in his late thirties with brown hair and a facial goatee. The subject was wearing a grey colored t-shirt with “Pepsi” logo on the front, brown shorts and black shoes. The subjects were believed to be driving a 1996-1998 teal colored 2-door Pontiac Grand Prix. The Johnston Police Department is attempting to identify these subjects so that they can be questioned regarding any possible knowledge or involvement they may have had in the described activity.

Anyone who has information about the identity and/or whereabouts of the persons depicted in these photos is urged to contact Johnston Police Detective Samir Dzaferagic at 515-252-1377 or the Polk County Crime Stoppers at 515-223-1400.
Individuals providing information do not have to reveal their identity. All calls will be held in strict confidence and anonymity is guaranteed.