Car windows were smashed on Halloween and credit cards were stolen. Police are looking for the accused thieves.

Do you recognize these people? The Virginia Beach Police Department believes they were involved in two car larcenies on Oct. 31, 2017. (Courtesy of the VBPD)

VIRGINIA BEACH — Police are asking the public to help them identify accused thieves officials believe are connected to car larcenies and using stolen credit cards on Halloween.

The windows of two cars were smashed in and items were stolen on Oct. 31 in the 1600 block of Independence Boulevard and the 4100 block of First Count.

Later, people were seen using the victim’s stolen credit cards to buy more than $2,000 in items at a Providence Road Kroger, and someone tried to use a stolen check to get money, according to the Virginia Beach Police Department.

Anyone with information about this crime should call the Virginia Beach Crime Solvers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP.

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Adrienne Mayfield is an award-winning, multi-media journalist hailing from Clermont, Fla. She moved to Lynchburg, Va. on a whim when she was 19, and worked her way to Hampton Roads in 2013. Adrienne is passionate about telling people stories via covering public safety and the judicial system. She isn’t afraid to take a heads-on approach to covering crime, including knocking on doors to get the details police aren’t sharing. Adrienne is a 2014 Old Dominion University graduate who still lives within walking distance of the college. You may see her cruising around Downtown Norfolk on her bike, enjoying a sandwich from Grilled Cheese Bistro or playing fetch with her dog, Greta, at the Colonial Place dog park.