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Forgery Suspect Wanted By Crime Stoppers

Forgery Suspect Wanted By Crime Stoppers

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Author Photo by: AtascocitaDotCom Site Admin
~ 2 mos, 10 days ago   Mar 14 2019, 7:20pm 
 
Crime Stoppers and the Harris County Sheriff's Office Financial Crimes Unit need the public's assistance identifying the suspect responsible for Forgery (Financial Instrument).
 
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According to reports from HCSO, on Tuesday, February 19, 2019, the victim's vehicle was burglarized in the 19100 block of the West Lake Houston Parkway in Atascocita. During this incident, the victim's purse and checks were stolen.
 
The suspect (pictured) then used the victim's stolen checks at two different banks located in Sugar Land. The suspect was captured on surveillance video while in the drive-thru of each bank. The suspect forged two separate checks for $1,500.00 each.

Suspect description: White female with brown hair.
 
This suspect was also involved in similar criminal activities on January 22, 2019, in Oak Ridge North.
 
Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the charging and/or arrest of the suspect in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. All tipsters remain anonymous.
 
Refer to HCSO case number 1902-06105.
 
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Author Photo trojantexan
~ 2 mos, 10 days ago   Mar 14 2019, 7:27pm 
Very clear images - her *** is toast!!
 
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Author Photo nikkiole
~ 2 mos, 10 days ago   Mar 14 2019, 7:31pm 
Wow, really clear picture. They'll probably get her quick. Don't understand people who do this. Just get a job and get your own money.
 
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Author Photo Sammee
~ 2 mos, 10 days ago   Mar 14 2019, 7:46pm 
Big Bertha will like her groovy tattooed eyebrows in prison.
 
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Author Photo LuGar
~ 2 mos, 9 days ago   Mar 15 2019, 9:55am 
Its cool that they release these pictures. Last year my wife got her purse stolen from her desk in an office that you need to swipe a security card to enter. So it was obviously someone that worked there. They then filled up two at two gas stations and racked up twice at Target. Both locations had cameras but the officers said that they couldn't let us see the footage. We could have most likely easily identified the co worker. But nope. Weren't allowed and they got away with a lot of money. I wonder what the difference is on releasing images from security cams.
 
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Author Photo nikkiole
~ 2 mos, 9 days ago   Mar 15 2019, 9:58am 
@LuGar : That makes no sense! Why wouldn't they let you see it if I could have helped catch them?
 
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Author Photo LuGar
~ 2 mos, 9 days ago   Mar 15 2019, 10:02am 
@nikkiole : Exactly! I was fuming! I have a strong feeling that the officer never went to get the videos. Theft isnt a "high priority". We asked both locations ourselves but they wouldnt let us see either, stating that an officer needed to be present. Crazy.
 
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Author Photo carol888
~ 2 mos, 9 days ago   Mar 15 2019, 2:29pm 
Unfortunately, most businesses use a 48 hours keep and release, so if nothing is done quickly then sol.
 
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