New Albany police are looking for a man that they believe is responsible for multiple cars break-ins, mostly on the north end of town.
Officials have released photos of the suspect but do not have his name.
Police said the man often uses credit cards stolen from the vehicles immediately after breaking into them. In fact, he does not usually steal anything else.
The cards are used to buy gas or food at area supermarkets and gas stations.
Authorities continue to study the surveillance footage they have on the suspect.
"We even know he's left handed. He's signing receipts with his left hand, so we have is a lot of info and what we don't have is a name; and we'd love to have someone come up and say 'Hey, we know who this person is,'" said New Albany Police Chief Mark Chaney.
Police also said the man is usually seen driving a white two-door car with a side door that looks darker because it's been replaced or painted.
If you think you know the man, contact New Albany police at 614-855-1234.
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