How many times a year do we see social media posts from friends reporting that their accounts have been hacked? I'd say it happens at least once a month and it is often joked about because it's resolved rather quickly. Imagine if it hadn't been resolved for almost a year!

To put it in perspective, a hacked social media account is similar to your house or car broken into. Criminals looking for valuables, information and your money. In this case a car was broken into and nearly a year later the incident is unresolved. Maybe you can identify the suspects.

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Take a look at the pictures below to see if you can recognize any of the suspects. If you have any information please call New York State Police in Margaretville at 607-561-7400 and reference cases 10676071 and 10669957.

On January 30, 2022, a Stamford, NY victim called police to report that the window of their vehicle had been smashed. A second victim reported a similar window smashing on their vehicle and added that their wallet was missing. These incidents happened on the same date in the same general location.

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Within a short time following the smashed windows, the suspects were attempting to use the credit cards at the Walmart in Oneonta. Some of the credit cards were declined but they were able to make purchases on at least one of the stolen credit cards.

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If you have any information please call 607-561-7400 and reference cases 10676071 and 10669957.

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If you have any information please call 607-561-7400 and reference cases 10676071 and 10669957.

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