TULSA, Okla. — Police said a Tulsa theft victim took matters into her own hands after her credit cards were stolen in a car burglary.
The woman said she started getting notifications from her credit card company showing where someone used her stolen credit card.
She followed the paper trail to a store near 41st and Yale. The clerk told her a woman with pink hair who was pushing a man in a wheelchair attempted to use her card.
She went to another store near 51st and Yale and a convenience store clerk gave her the same description of the people who tried to use her card.
Police said the victim then spotted a woman with pink hair pushing a man in a wheelchair nearby. She followed them into a gas station, where she saw her own Social Security card and other cards in their hands.
The victim confronted the two, and they ran out the door.
Police said that, when they got to the gas station, they saw the woman suspect running down the street while pushing the man in the wheelchair.
Police said they found some of the stolen cards on the suspects.
Officers arrested Alissa Brunner on six counts of possession of stolen property and two counts of unauthorized use of a debit card. The man does not face felony charges.
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