Pennsylvania officials have released surveillance images of two men who used the credit cards of murdered Ditmas Park cafe owner Josh Rubin in the hours after his death, the Ditmas Park Blog reports. The purchases were made at several stores in the Woodbury Commons outlet mall in upstate New York, about 120 miles from the sport in rural Pennsylvania where Rubin’s smoldering body had been discovered 12 hours before. The Brooklyn man’s body took almost two months to identify.
The men in the photographs could be murder suspects, or they might have just stumbled upon an abandoned wallet. Either way, police want to talk to them.
Anyone with information should call Leigh County detective Lou Tallarico at 610-437-5252. More info (and photos) at the South Whitehall Patch.