Watch: Arlington Burglary Suspects Use Elderly Couple’s Credit Cards at Irving Taco Bell, Police Say

Arlington police are looking for two burglary suspects accused of breaking into an elderly couple's home and later using their credit cards at several businesses in Irving. The suspects broke into the Arlington house in the 2000 block of Jubilee Trail Nov. 21 and took several pieces of jewelry, multiple electronics devices, passports and credit cards, Arlington police spokesman Steven Bartolotta said. Surveillance footage captured them later in the day using the stolen credit cards at a Taco Bell in Irving in the 3300 block of North Belt Line Road. The Arlington police department posted the video on YouTube Tuesday, which also shows both suspects, including the woman who is wearing one of the victim's necklaces, Bartolotta said. The suspects then used the credit cards at a 7-Eleven in the 3300 block of West Walnut Hill in Irving, he said. Since then, they've also allegedly attempted to use the identity of one of the elderly people to get credit cards and pay for other things. The suspects are driving a silver or light blue Mercury Grand Marquis, which can be seen on the right side of the video, just outside the door of the Taco Bell. Anyone with information on the incident or the suspects is asked to contact Det. Pue at 817-459-5808.  Continue reading...

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