SAPD: Suspect identified in credit card abuse case might be in San Antonio

Warrant issued for Destiny Dawn Nash Moore, 35


SAN ANTONIO – A woman suspected of using a stolen credit card in Gonzales and Cuero and participating in a car burglary in San Antonio has now been identified by police.

San Antonio police said they believe Destiny Dawn Nash Moore, 35, of Luling, might be hiding out in San Antonio.

A warrant was issued for Moore on Oct. 14, charging her with engaging in organized criminal activity-credit card abuse.

Investigators said they have been able to link Moore to a Sept. 11 car burglary near the 8900 block of Guilbeau Road, as well as the use of a stolen credit card in Gonzales and Cuero on Sept. 19.

They said two men were with Moore when all three were captured on surveillance cameras at the Subway, Texaco, Beall's, and Dollar General where the stolen card was used.

Police said Moore and the others might be traveling in a tan colored, 2008 to 2012 model year Chevy Tahoe, Suburban or Yukon with tinted windows.

Anyone with information on the accused credit card thieves is urged to call local police or the Greater Gonzales County Crime Stoppers at 830-672-TIPS (8477).

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