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The woman seen here in this surveillance image is suspected of using false identification to withdraw $4,000 from the Bank of America located at 23781 Washington Ave. in Murrieta.
The woman seen here in this surveillance image is suspected of using false identification to withdraw $4,000 from the Bank of America located at 23781...

Murrieta PD seek help identifying woman accused of using Fake ID to withdraw thousands from Bank

Tuesday, December 31st, 2013
Issue 01, Volume 17.
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Murrieta Police are asking for the publicís help in identifying a woman who allegedly withdrew $4,000 from a Murrieta bank branch.

The woman pictured in the surveillance photo, which was released by the Murrieta Police Department, is suspected of using a fake ID to fraudulently withdraw the funds at 2:02 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 21, at the Bank of America located at 23781 Washington Ave.

Murrieta police say that to complete the transaction, she used fake identification including a social security number matching an actual Bank of America customer and a fraudulent driverís license which contained her picture but had the victimís personal information.

The suspect allegedly returned to the same bank branch at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 30 to attempt a second transaction; however, that time she was denied, according to police.

She is described as a black female in her late 40s or early 50s, weighing approximately 200 pounds, with gray-brown short hair, an acne-scarred face and skin growths near her right eye.

Anyone with information about the suspect was asked to contact Detective Sgt. Phil Gomez by calling 951-461-6356.



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