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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Police have charged a woman caught on surveillance cameras picking up a city of Albany credit card with theft.

Sabrina Redding is charged with financial transaction fraud, theft of lost or mislaid property and contributing to the delinquency of a minor for getting her daughter involved.

Police received several tips after we also showed a man using the credit card that was dropped accidentally by an Albany Fire Department employee.

"Obviously if the person sees it and knows it would be a lot easier if he comes on in.  But either way we have him on video tape and we've gotten the name from some of the callers.  So we'll be proceeding with that part of the investigation," said Albany Fire Chief James Carswell.

Police say other charges are pending in this case.

 

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