MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Two men believed by police to have used fraudulent credit cards in at least eight metro area cities have been charged with identity theft and fraud.

Josiel Turano, 25, and Ricorango Magdiel, 26, are accused of using four cloned credit cards at the White Bear Township Cub Foods to ring up $1,819.48 in gift card purchases.

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Turano and Magdiel left the Cub Foods in a rental car and were arrested in Rosemount.

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Police say video surveillance shows they were also involved in fraudulent in transactions in Eagan, Shakopee, Burnsville, West St. Paul, Cottage Grove, Inver Grove Heights and Woodbury.

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Police consider Turano and Magdiel a high flight risk.