HUDSON, NH (CBS) – Police in Hudson, New Hampshire are trying to identify two suspects who used a stolen credit card belonging to an active-duty military member.

The victim, who’s on leave awaiting his deployment to Afghanistan, reported his wallet had been stolen from the YMCA in Nashua.

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He told police it contained cash, a credit card and several forms of identification.

Officials say the card was used at several businesses in Nashua and at the Wal-Mart in Hudson.

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Investigators released surveillance photos of two suspects and the possible car they were driving. Anyone with information is asked to call police.

(Photo from Hudson PD)

(Photo from Hudson PD)

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