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July 9, 2014

New Albany police looking for suspect who cashed stolen checks

The New Albany Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a person of interest in a series of thefts and check fraud cases.

On Sunday, July 6, two vehicles were broken into in New Albany and checks were stolen, according to a release from NAPD Chief Todd Bailey. Checks stolen from the vehicles began to be passed at local banks.

Police are asking for help in identifying a white woman with blonde hair pulled. The subject appears to be in her 20s or 30s. During the events, the woman was driving a light-colored Buick, possibly a LaCrosse, with an Indiana “In God We Trust” plate and a white Ford, possibly a Fusion, that was damaged in the rear.

Call 812-948-5317 or the NAPD tip line at 812-948-NAPD with any information.

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