Police Release Video of Woman Who Allegedly Used Missing Bethesda Man’s Credit Card

John Patrick Donohoe, 36, has been missing since Dec. 13


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A screenshot from the surveillance video police released Wednesday

Montgomery County police on Wednesday released an image of a woman who investigators believe used the credit card of a missing Bethesda man just before Christmas.

The missing 36-year-old man, John Patrick Donohoe of Auburn Avenue, was last seen by family members at a residence on Elmore Lane in Bethesda around 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 13. He left in a 2011 Chevrolet Equinox with Maryland tags 2AK8853. Police said Wednesday the vehicle has not been located.

The woman used the card to buy about $700 worth of items at a beauty supply store and other retail stores in the Hyattsville area on Dec. 22, according to police. Police posted the video of the woman on YouTube, and it shows her entering and exiting a store as well as at a checkout counter. She could be seen in the video wearing a striped shirt and striped pants with a dark-colored bag. A small child wearing a blue and yellow jacket also appeared to be with the woman in the video.

Detectives are interested in speaking with the woman who used the card.

Donohoe was described by police as a white man, 5 feet 11-inches tall, and 145 pounds with short black hair, brown eyes and a mustache.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at 240-773-5070.

John Patrick Donohoe via Montgomery County Police

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