Credit-card thefts reported at League City churches

League City Police are searching for two male suspects in a string of credit-card thefts at Galveston County churches.

Reports of the thefts began first in June, in Nassau Bay, then another was reported in July, and a third in September.

Police reported that in the July case, the suspects entered the church inquiring about childcare. As one suspect toured the campus, the other allegedly stole credit-cards out of a church employee’s purse.

In the case from September, the credit-cards were stolen from a vehicle in the church parking lot.

According to police, the suspects were caught on surveillance video using the stolen cards at local stores – in both the July and September cases.

Suspects were seen driving a newer-model white Chevy Suburban or GMC Denali with chrome wheels.

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