Shopping this weekend? Please keep the less fortunate in mind. Join our toy drive!

Police: 2 women stole wallets from hospitals in Aurora, Denver

Two female suspects were caught on surveillance camera after allegedly stealing wallets from a hospital on March 25 and 26, 2014. (Photo: Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

Two female suspects were caught on surveillance camera after allegedly stealing wallets from a hospital on March 25 and 26, 2014. (Photo: Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

DENVER — Two women stole wallets and credit cards from employees at hospitals in Aurora and Denver in March.

On March 25, two black female suspects entered the Medical Center of Aurora and walked away with wallets and credit cards stolen from hospital employees, said the Aurora Police Department.

Detectives said a third suspect used a victim’s credit cards to make numerous fraudulent transactions that same day.

Police identified this woman as a third suspect in the hospital robberies. (Photo: Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

Police identified this woman as a third suspect in the hospital robberies. (Photo: Metro Denver Crime Stoppers)

According to the Denver Police Department, the same two women entered the Porter Adventist Hospital in Denver March 26 and stole wallets and credit cards from hospital employees.

Again, the third suspect, who police described as light-skinned, used the stolen credit cards to make large cash advances and purchases.

Authorities asked anyone with information regarding this incident to contact Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at 720-913-7867.

Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward.