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Pair of Floridians arrested for credit card fraud

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Posted at 11:46 AM, Jul 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-07-01 15:23:25-04

Two Floridians have been arrested by Boise Police officers after being accused of using fraudulent credit cards to make illegal purchases at several Boise stores on Wednesday, June 29th.

Police say the cards had legitimate credit card numbers which had been stolen from various victims. The stolen card numbers were then reprinted illegally. Officers also located information the two had come to Boise from out of state to use the fraudulent cards.

At this time, BPD says that the card numbers did not belong to any local victims.

Officers found both men at a store parking lot near the intersection of North Eagle Road and West Chinden Boulevard.

Investigators made contact with the men and located evidence suggesting that both men had made dozens of purchases of merchandise and credit cards, totaling thousands of dollars.

Henry M. Saintil, 29, of Pembroke Pines, Florida has been charged with possession of a fraudulent financial transaction card.

Branden W. Coombs, 25, of Miami Gardens, Florida has also been charged with possession of a fraudulent of a financial transaction card.