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Two Fort Wayne women are accused of running up charges on a credit card they stole from a woman’s vehicle.

Jessica Linn Gamble, 27, and Joann A. Muller, 46, both of the 600 block of Wallen Hills Drive, are believed to be responsible for 18 unauthorized transactions on the credit card, totaling more than $1,400, according to court documents.

They face felony charges of forgery, fraud and corrupt business influence.

The card theft was reported on July 31. The women made 10 stops that day, including gas stations, drug stores and several trips to McDonald’s, according to court documents.

The women were identified on security video footage, and a warrant was issued for their arrest. They had not been arrested as of Thursday night.