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Police Looking For Woman Accused Of Thousands Of Dollars Worth Of Fraud

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah – Multiple police agencies in the Salt Lake Valley are searching for a woman who’s accused of withdrawing thousands of dollars from banks using stolen information.

According to West Jordan Police, the woman stole from Mountain America Credit Union twice in the same day at two different branches. Now both Murray and West Valley City Police Departments are looking for her.

Police are hoping someone recognizes the woman, who has popped up on surveillance footage at various banks withdrawing funds that don’t belong to her.

She was seen driving a silver Suburu Impreza with a stolen license plate. It’s just one of several vehicles police said she’s been spotted in.

Police in West Jordan said her criminal activity started in June when she was seen going through the drive-thru at a Mountain America Credit Union, 6761 S. Redwood Road.

She then went to another Mountain America Credit Union location near 90th South, officials said. She used a stolen ID to withdraw a total of $10,000 between the two locations.

The woman was also spotted withdrawing money in Murray, and police said they want to talk to her regarding more than $23,000 in stolen cash.

Officials said despite all the photos surfacing on social media, she has yet to be found.

“She’s been very active here in the valley, which tells us we think she is probably from here,” said WJPD Sgt. JC Holt. “There have been other times where we’ve had people come in and do this and we post pictures on the internet, nobody knows them, we don’t see or hear from them again. So we don’t know who she is, but certainly somebody has to know her.”

Holt said someone broke into the victim’s car in December 2018 and stole her wallet. He said it’s possible her information was sold.

Anyone who recognizes the woman or who may have information as to her whereabouts is asked to call WVCPD at 801-840-4000 and reference case 19I012596. Police say callers can remain anonymous.

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