YORK, Maine — York police have charged a 31-year-old Kittery man with theft, misuse of a credit card and forgery for allegedly stealing a credit card at one local gas station and using it to purchase items at another.

Mathew Long, 31, was seen stealing the credit card from the counter at the Irving/Circle K gas station and convenience store in York, according to a released statement from Detective Sgt. Thomas Cryan. He then used it at Mr. Mike’s Mobil by signing the credit card holder’s name, according to Cryan.

Police say a second suspect has been identified and police are considering charges against him as well. They were able to identify the suspects through video of the transaction, Cryan said.

York police took a report of theft of a credit card on Sept. 5, according to Cryan.

On Sept. 10, police charged Long, who was cooperative and returned the credit card, Cryan said. Long has a York District Court date of Nov. 11.

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