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CPD looking for 3 women in credit card "fraud"

The Covington Police Department is searching for three females who allegedly attempted to purchase food at Zaxby’s with stolen credit card numbers.

According to reports CPD received a “Fraud” call on April 10 from the General Manager of the Turner Lake Road Zaxby’s .

The call claimed the store received an online order from a Visa card. The manager also told CPD that shortly after receiving the call for the order, a woman called and explained that her Visa card was stolen and her account was showing it was used to place an order at that restaurant.

According to reports three females, about 17-23 years old, came into the restaurant to pick up the order. The manager told police there were two white females with brown hair and a third female who had bright red hair with black roots, described as “mixed” and carrying a young infant.

The manager told police he asked for ID and to see the VISA card, which the women could not produce. The women then, reportedly, asked for their money back, but the manager said he needed the Visa card to apply the refund.

The manager said the three women then “left mad and cursing the employees.”

CPD is asking for any help identifying the suspects by calling Det. Kara Hipps at 678-625-5555 or email

Manager said his store received an online order form a Visa card and shortly after receving the order a woman called and expalned her visa stolen and showing used to place online order.

Three fmales asked for id and could not produce id or the visa card and demanded their money back manager said needed visa card to apply refund.

The three left mad anc curinsg employees