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02/13/2012 06:17 am ET Updated Apr 14, 2012

Identity Thieves Captured With Stash Of Stolen Credit Cards, On 'Alaska State Troopers' (VIDEO)

The "Alaska State Troopers" (Sun., 10 p.m. EST on National Geographic) broke up a ring of identity thieves and took away their stash of stolen credit cards.

Examining the collection of plastic before him, Sgt. Jess Carson told one the suspects, "Boy, you have a lot of credit cards here for one person." He then noted how the cards were all stolen and that they were all in different names.

Next up was a plastic bag containing a bunch of fake I.D.s and the printer that was being used to make them.

"Looks like these guys are fairly organized," said Sgt. Carson as he examined even more stolen credit cards and social security cards that had been wrapped up in checks.

As the search concluded, Sgt. Carson estimated the troopers had netted approximately 50 stolen credit cards and 20 to 30 fake I.D.s.

"Alaska State Troopers" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. EST on National Geographic.

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