2 women wanted for fraudulent use of credit cards on Broadway

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Subway police are looking for two women accused of stealing credit cards on Broadway.

According to Metro Police, Felicia Anderson, 33, was identified as one of two women who, on the evening of June 17, offered to help a man return to his hotel after drinking at a bar. The man told police he remembered getting into their light-colored SUV, feeling unsafe, and then getting out of the car.

The next day, the man realized that his credit cards had been stolen and used at several locations, including a Kroger on Edmondson Pike. Officers reviewed Kroger surveillance footage that showed a woman, identified as Anderson, using the man’s credit card to purchase merchandise and withdraw cash from the self-checkout.

Anderson faces six counts of fraudulent use of a credit card and six counts of identity theft in the case.

On May 28, a man got separated from his friends and around 3 a.m. got into an older silver SUV, possibly a Ford Explorer, thinking it was a ride-sharing vehicle . Later, he woke up in his short-term rental and found that his iPhone and bank card had been stolen.

Surveillance video from a Kroger on Murfreesboro Pike shows two women, identified as Anderson and Anesha Robinson, 32, using the man’s credit card at the store later that day.

Anderson and Robinson each face three counts of credit card fraud and identity theft in the case.

Anyone who sees them or knows their whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463.

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