Fort Bend County sheriff's office detectives are searching for information on a woman and two men who have stolen Fort Bend County resident's personal information.

According to officials, the personal information was stolen and used to obtain credit cards and make purchases with them.

One victim discovered her cards had been fraudulently used after she began receiving bills from different companies.  Purchases made with her card totaled over $9,000.

Another victim discovered the fraud when she was alerted by a credit watch company she uses to watch for theft.

The suspect making the transactions is described as a middle-aged white female with short brown hair. The woman is heavy set and wears dark rimmed glasses.

The two male suspects are black males. One of the men was seen wearing dark pants and a white t-shirt. The three suspects were caught on surveillance at a gas station. They were driving a late model, dark red Ford F-150 pickup truck.

The second male is about six feet tall, stalky and was wearing an orange jersey and beanie.

Fort Bend County Crimes Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the subjects involved in the fraud cases.