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Police Seeking Fraud Suspect Who Used Stolen Credit Card At Multiple Locations

Fraud Suspect
(Tri Cities Crime Stoppers)

Wouldn’t want to be in her shoes…she’s all over the news.

Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers is seeking this woman, who allegedly has used a stolen credit card at a number of merchants in Pasco and Kennewick.

Authorities say the card was stolen in April. Any information on this person’s identity or whereabouts can be anonymously reported to Tri-Cities Crime Stoppers at (509)-586-TIPS. Information leading to the apprehension of a wanted suspect can result in a cash reward.

Fraud Suspect
(Tri Cities Crime Stoppers)

 

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