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Vols Fan Wanted For Stealing A Credit Card From Elderly Person, Using It At Game

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The University of Tennessee Police Department is on the hunt for a Vols fan who is accused of taking a credit card from an elderly victim during the September 2 game against Bowling Green and then using the stolen credit card to make approximately $350 in purchases from the UT team shop inside Neyland Stadium.

The same Vols fan is accused of taking a phone and personal belongings from the victim. The police department doesn’t note what the man bought that added up to $350, but from the surveillance video still shots provided by the department, it appears he has a mini-football helmet and a pom-pom to shake.

Yes, Vols fans have already made jokes about the guy buying a bra with that stolen credit card. You’re late.

Get a good look at this man and help bring this case to a close. Yes, that’s a black and white Smokey logo hat on his head.

Send tips to utpdinvestigations@utk.edu or 865-974-3114

Vols fan stolen credit card
Via University of Tennessee Police Department
Vols fan wanted using stolen credit card
Via University of Tennessee Police Department

Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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