Alleged credit card thieves leave behind photo-booth snapshots, say Md. police

Police in Maryland say these four people are wanted in connection with alleged credit card fraud. They say this picture, and several others like it, were taken in a photo booth at a movie theater in Crofton, Md. on June 6, 2013.

(CBS) CROFTON, Md. - Police say a group of teenagers in Maryland stole a woman's credit card, used it at a movie theater and then left behind evidence in the form of silly photo-booth snapshots, CBS affiliate WUSA reports.

A woman reported her credit card missing June 6 after apparently misplacing it while shopping in the Crofton area in days prior, police say, according to the station.

It was later determined that the credit card had been used June 5 at the Regal Movie Theater. Upon looking into surveillance video from the theater, the suspects were seen buying tickets from a movie kiosk. Then, according to police, the teens took their pictures in a photo-booth in the theater lobby.

In the photos, four teens are pictured making funny photos and in at least two of the photos, one of the teens is seen holding what appears to be a credit card.

If anyone can identify any of the individuals pictured, they are asked to call Detective Golas at 410-222-6155.