Public Safety Alert: Credit card theft

By Beth Ann Conahan
January 31, 2002

Public Safety asks that students, faculty and staff remain on guard for credit card theft.

On Monday, credit cards were stolen at Eastern University. On Tuesday, Mark Casey was seen at Eastern.

Casey has been arrested multiple times by the Lower Merion Township Police. His picture is posted around campus. He was seen at Eastern just minutes from the time credit cards were stolen from a purse in an office nearby.

Credit Cards have been reported stolen by members of several local college campuses. They have been taken from handbags, bookbags and briefcases, from academic areas and administrative.

Public Safety warns that everyone on campus should be careful with their bags and not leaving them sitting out, unattended. If you see a suspect on campus, do not approach them, contact public safety immediately.

Suspect Information:

(suspect information obtained from Cabrini College’s Safety Alert)

The Public Safety Department as well as area police agencies feel there are five suspects working together in groups of two to three who have committed the same type of crimes in surrounding areas.

#1. African American Male, 6’0″-6’1″, large build, black rimmed glasses, sometimes wears a hat (i.e. straw, cap).

#2. African American Male, 6’0″-6’1″, large build, round face, cropped short hair, on previous occasions has been observed wearing flashy clothes.

#3. African American Male, 5’7″-5’8″, 25-35 years of age, medium athletic build, short to balding hair, wears long sleeve dress shirts and dark pants.

#4. African American Female, 5’6″, 30-40 years of age, heavy set upper body, narrower lower body, full face, corn row hair (sometimes pulled back), may also wear her hair straight.

#5. African American Female,5’8″-5’9″, 25-35 years of age, slim build, tattoo on left back area, dark hair with reddish/orange streaks shoulder length (may also wear a black straight wig). Was last seen wearing a tank top with tight pants/skirt.

The suspects may be driving a gold in color 90’s model Oldsmobile and/or dark colored SUV type vehicle(s).

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