Hanna RCMP are asking for the public's help in solving an old crime.
On October 25 a stolen credit card was used at EnGaurd PC in Hanna.  Two male and one female suspect bought $1,466.10 in merchandise. 
The first suspect is described as male, short dark hair, medium complexion, wearing a black and red shirt with striped track pants.
His companions were a male, brown hair that is short on the sides and longer on the top, fair complexion, wearing a long winter coat with fur around the hood and sweat pants and a female, longer dark hair pulled up at the back, medium complexion, wearing a track jacket with white stripes down the arms and multi coloured pants.
All three suspects left the business in a white car.
RCMP say it's good practice for vendors to ask for photo identification if the customer isn't using the chip / PIN option on their card for large transactions or transactions where the vendor is suspicious.
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