Riverhead Police released these images of three women they say used stolen credit cards to make unauthorized purchases totaling more than $4,628 from two Route 58 stores in July.

Riverhead Town Police are seeking the public’s help to identify and locate three women they say made unauthorized purchases with stolen credit cards at two Route 58 stores July 17.

Police said the three women made purchases totaling $4,628.01 at Target and Best Buy between 4 and 6 p.m. on July 17 with credit cards reported stolen earlier that day from the Marshalls/Homegoods store on Route 58.

These individuals are the subject of several other active investigations in the Riverhead/Suffolk County area, police said. They released the above surveillance camera images.

Anyone with information concerning this investigation is asked to call the Riverhead Police Department at (631) 727-4500 ext. 633.

All calls will remain confidential, police said.

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