Broward Sheriff's Office detectives posted to their Facebook earlier today, asking for the public's help in locating two thieves. The thieves are guilty of using a fraudulent credit card to make over $3,000 in purchases in November of 2018.\nThe victim, a Texas woman, received a call from her credit car company on November 14th, notifying her that someone used her credit card without her consent. The credit card was used at several grocery stores in Broward County.\nThe two men were captured on Publix security cameras after making their fraudulent purchases. The first suspect is a bald, heavyset man with a dark complexion and a goatee. He wore a black V-neck shirt with a white undershirt and black pants. The second suspect is a male with a medium build, a dark complexion, and a goatee. He wore a black T-shirt, army fatigue shorts, a brown cap, and sunglasses.\nThe thieves made several purchases at various Publix supermarkets. They made two charges at a Lauderhill Publix, totaling $1079.53, one charge at a Publix in Margate for $631.75, and two charges at a North Lauderdale Publix totaling $1070.77. They spent $420.44 at an Oakland Park Publix and another of $339.50 at a Publix in Tamarac.\nYou can see the CCTV video below:\nThe Broward Sheriff's Office is asking for any information that will help identify the two thieves, displayed in a video on the Sheriff's Office's Facebook post.\nREAD ALSO: Thieves Are Stealing Guns Out of Unlocked Cars In Florida\nAnyone with information can contact BSO Detective Natasha Duran at 954-720-2250, extension 217. If you wish to remain anonymous, call Broward Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS (8477) or go online to browardcrimestoppers.org. The Broward Sheriff's Office is rewarding up to $3,000 for an anonymous tip that leads to an arrest.\nREAD ALSO: You Could Get Fined Up to $500 In Florida For Not Helping Someone In Need\nYou can visit The Broward County Crime Stoppers' website here to report an anonymous tip.