|Updated: 6/21 11:39 am
||Published: 6/21 10:58 am
Tulsa police think a fraud suspect from Arkansas Fraud could be in the Tulsa Area.
Police said on Friday, April 5 someone broke into a vehicle in Decatur, AR and a purse was stolen from inside. The purse contained cash, credit cards, debit cards, check books, as well as other miscellaneous personal items.
Police said the victim’s ATM/Debit card and stolen checks were used to make multiple purchases around Gentry, AR. The purchases totaled nearly $1,200. Police said the suspect made the purchases at area Wal-Mart’s, Phillip’s 66 and an O’Reilly’s store.
Gentry Detectives believe the suspect could possibly be from the Tulsa area. They said she used the victim’s debit card to purchase time for a boost mobile phone with a Tulsa area code and prefix. They also said the suspect gave a local Tulsa area phone number for the warranty information on the items purchased at O’Reilly’s.
Police said on Sunday April 7, the suspect attempted to use the victim’s Kohl's credit card at the Kohl's Department Store located on E. 71st St.
Police released the attached photos of the woman they said is a suspect in this crime. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text TIP918 to CRIMES. Text STOP to 274637 to cancel.