1 arrested, 4 wanted in connection with stolen credit card scheme in Mill Valley – CBS San Francisco


MILL VALLEY (CBS SF) – The Mill Valley Police Department is looking for four suspects in a five-person credit card fraud scheme, police said Thursday.

The five suspects purchased $ 75,000 in property with stolen credit card information from the Sofia jewelry store in Mill Valley on Throckmorton Avenue in September, the police department said.

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After finding CCTV footage of the incident, investigators distributed photos to nearby law enforcement. A police department has identified a suspect as Kamani Jamad Holmes, a 27-year-old man from Sacramento.

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Mill Valley Police conducted a search warrant at Holmes’ residence and gathered enough evidence to arrest him and lock him in the Alameda County Jail. The case was then referred to the Marin County District Attorney’s Office, where Holmes faces charges of burglary, theft and fraudulent use of a credit card.

Police urge anyone with more information about the case to contact Detective Sergeant Shaun McCracken at [email protected]

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