BEAVERTON, Ore. Beaverton police imprisoned three people that they said utilized counterfeit charge cards to steal thousands of dollars in clothing and consumer electronics from retailers along the Interstate 5 hallway on Saturday.
Montral Matthews, 27, Melissa Vongphakdy, twenty two, and Bela Vongphakdy, twenty-four, were caught on Wednesday near the Wa Square shopping center. Police said the three are from Ca.
According to police spokesman Paul Rowe, researchers recovered around $20, 500 in home from a hotel room where the about three were keeping. The property integrated high-end clothes, iPads, iPhones and apple ipad minis.
Police also retrieved between $5, 000 in addition to $10, 500 in gift cards.
The potential foods had greater than 100 phony credit cards on them, Rowe said.
Investigators figured out the potential foods hit retailers in Springfield, Salem, Tualatin, Tigard in addition to Beaverton earlier Sunday just before they were imprisoned. Nordstrom advised police with regards to a theft about Sunday and gave them a description from the suspects automobile.
Police took the potential foods to the Washington County Imprisonment. Bail has been set at $25, 000.