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Police Seek Suspect in Credit Card Fraud

Annapolis Police would like to question the woman in this picture in connection with the use of stolen credit cards.

Police are searching for a woman who they believe may have used stolen credit cards to spend more than $1600 at the Westfield Annapolis Mall.

On Sept. 27 a purse was stolen from an employee at the Return to Oz consignment shop at 2011 West Street. The credit cards in that purse have since been used to buy hundreds of dollars worth of items from Macy's, Sears and the Bow Tie Cinemas.

Please contact Det. Murphy with any information, 410-562-7759 or 410-268-9000 ext. 7268, jhmurphy@annapolis.gov.

Calique October 16, 2012 at 02:11 PM
She sure wasn't going incognito, was she? And with a clear, detailed photo like this, she surely will be caught soon. *sigh* How come my PHONE has high-def video, but security cameras are STILL grainy and out of focus, like they were in the 80s?
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