WILLIAMSTOWN - Police in Williamstown and Marietta are searching for an individual who they suspect used a stolen credit card for purchases in the area.
Williamstown police Sgt. J.L. Ruble said the department is investigating the use of what was reported as a stolen credit card.
Ruble said the card was stolen late June 11 from a Marietta home and used in Williamstown early June 12 to purchase gasoline.
"The card was taken from a home in Marietta," he said.
"On June 12 they used it to make a purchase in Marietta and get cash from an ATM. At 12:39 a.m. they used it to buy $32.30 worth of gasoline from the Go-Mart in Williamstown. They also used it at a store on Emerson Avenue in Parkersburg."
Ruble said the suspect seen in surveillance video from Go-Mart shows a white male dressed all in black.
"He was the passenger in the vehicle," he said. "The driver did not exit the vehicle. We are hoping to find him and find the driver."
Parkersburg police said they received information from Marietta about the stolen card, but there is no investigation regarding any alleged purchase in the city.