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Police: Crooks caught on camera- again and again

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Investigators are trying to identify and find crooks caught on camera using a bank card stolen during an armed robbery in Ohio City.

Cleveland Second District Detectives say the same card was used at the same gas station 3 times in one night. The card finally was rejected when someone tried to use it a fourth time there.

The gas station sits at West 77th and Detroit, and the card was stolen late last year when a man was robbed at gunpoint.

The victim told 19 Action News, "Two guys hopped out of the car. One put a gun to my face. The other was behind me."

Crime Stoppers is offering reward money for a tip leading to an arrest. Call 216-252-7463 or email a tip to www.25crime.com.

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