It was not Take Your Daughter to Work Day, but at an Omaha store a man tried to share his moneymaking scheme with his little girl anyway.
Now Omaha police are searching for him, saying he used a stolen debit card to make two purchases at a SuperTarget — all with a young girl in tow.
The card was stolen the afternoon of Nov. 8, when someone broke the driver's window of a 2004 Acura parked near the Keystone Trail at 93rd Street and West Center Road.
The car's 67-year-old owner reported that the thief took her Nine West purse, a debit card, a checkbook and other items.
When she went to the bank to cancel the card, the woman learned that someone had made two purchases totaling almost $450 at the SuperTarget near 125th and L Streets, plus a purchase at a Bucky's convenience store.
SuperTarget security camera footage shows a bald man of medium height and build wearing a white long-sleeve shirt and dark pants buying the items. In his cart: a little girl, apparently his daughter, wearing a pink shirt.
Police are asking for the public's help finding the man. If you have information, you can call detectives at 402-444-5652. If you want to remain anonymous, you can call Crime Stoppers at 402-444-7867.
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