East Providence Police seek East Buffet theft suspect


EAST PROVIDENCE — Investigating the case since last fall, East Providence Police Detectives have recently been able to identify the suspect in an unsolved theft case as Cameron Pezza, whose last known address is in North Providence.

Mr. Pezza, 19, is the suspect involved in the theft of a wallet from a parked vehicle at the East Buffet, 52 Narragansett Park Drive, East Providence, in September of 2013. He is described as being of medium build and height.

Shortly after the theft, Mr. Pezza was observed in surveillance camera photos (shown below) fraudulently using a Bank of America credit card at the CVS located at 1919 Mineral Spring Ave. in North Providence.  The suspect used the stolen credit card to purchase numerous pre-paid gift cards.

If you have any information on the whereabouts of Mr. Pezza, please contact East Providence Police Det. Jose Taveira at 401-435-7600 x 20037.

The case is one of 16 still listed as outstanding on the East Providence page at www.rimostwanted.org, where the information for this report was initially posted.


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