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Marc Giauque reporting Sandy police say they're following some potential leads as they look for the pair who ended up with an elderly, disabled woman's credit card.
The footage at the Sandy Wal-Mart store shows the couple buying all kinds of things, from groceries to electronics. "They went about it so nonchalantly, standing at the register just packing stuff onto this card. It's actually sickening to watch because you know it's not their money," said Sgt. Victor Quezada, spokesman for the Sandy Police Department.
Quezada says the clerk even checked the woman's ID several times. The bill was over $1,500. He believes she used a stolen ID.
Police are not sure how the couple got the woman's credit card. They say she lives in an assisted living facility, and they're hoping someone comes forward with more information.