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TIPCALL Line Does it Again

After releasing surveillance photos on Saturday, December 5th in connection with a case of credit card fraud, Buffalo police have arrested three individuals.

The incident took place at the Target store on Delaware Avenue in North Buffalo.

Police believe the stolen credit card was used at the store on the night of November 24th.

In one of the photos, a man and a woman can be seen leaving the store at approximately 8:13pm.

After releasing the photos, Buffalo police received numerous tips to its Confidential TIPCALL Line that helped police locate the suspects.

Arrested were: 24 year old Adam Tortorice of Kenmore. He's charged with: Grand Larceny, Criminal Possession of Stolen Property, Forgery and Obstructing Governmental Administration.

20 year old Nicole Egert of Niagara Falls. She is charged with: Criminal Possession of Stolen Property.

Also arrested in connection with the case: 20 year old Kailey Gyorffy of Kenmore. She is charged with Grand Larceny and Criminal Possession of Stolen Property.

The investigation was led by Detective, Patricia Wrest. Assisting in the case were: Detectives Ellen Nowadly and Natalie Perez and Officers: Michael Doctor and Michael Long.

The words TIPCALL read out the number 847-2255 and that is the confidential number to call Buffalo police with information.

You can also e-mail a tip to Buffalo police at www.bpdny.org and just click on the "Report a Tip" section on the home page.