Topeka Police ask for public’s help in locating 2 men wanted in connection with skimming credit cards

Topeka Police are looking for these two men in connection with a credit card skimming scheme. (TPD)

Topeka Police Department officials are looking for two men who authorities say used cloned credit cards to make purchases at several retail establishments in the capital city.

Police said the credit cards are believed to be cloned by skimmers placed on local fuel pumps.

A photo of the two men was released on Tuesday.

If anyone has information on the incident, they are asked to email the TPD criminal intelligence unit at One can also contact Det. Pat McLaughlin at or 785-368-9410. Finally, Crime Stoppers is an option at 785-234-0007.



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