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Nov 24, 2011 7:05 AM by Kate Richards

Three men arrested for major credit card fraud

DENVER (AP) - Denver police have arrested three men accused of charging thousands of dollars' worth of fraudulent transactions on credit cards at several downtown merchants.

Police say the three had traveled to Colorado by bus from Florida and may have made fraudulent purchases all along their route.

The Oxford Hotel in Denver had called police Monday to report that a group that checked into the hotel Saturday was using fraudulent credit cards.

Police identified the arrested suspects as 24-year-old Jerome Holt, 27-year-old Anthony Clifton Sykes and 19-year-old Michael Johnson. Investigators said Wednesday they are still looking for a fourth suspect.

 

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