Police in Maryland are seeking the public's assistance in tracking down a group of teen criminal masterminds who allegedly stole a Crofton woman's credit card and then proceeded to take incriminating photo booth photos of themselves holding the card.
The unidentified victim reported her card missing to the Anne Arundel County on June 6th, saying she had "misplaced" it while shopping near a local Regal Cinemas.
Reviewing its most recent transactions, investigators found the card had been used to purchase movie tickets at the same theater 24 hours earlier.
After examining surveillance camera footage from the theater, police tied the crime to a group of teenagers who were also recorded using the card to take photos of themselves at a photo booth located in the theater's lobby.
The photos were subsequently retrieved from the booth's hard disk drive and released to the public.
Anyone who can identify the teens involved is being asked to phone Detective Jeff Golas at 410-222-6155.
UPDATE: You can stop calling: Anne Arundel County police say they've been able to identify the teens in the photos thanks to a "quick response" for the community.
Hooray! That's four dumb teens off the streets, infinity more to go.
[photos via Anne Arundel County Police Department]