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Aiken police seek to identify 2

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Aiken police want to talk to this woman
Thursday, July 5, 2012 2:01 PM
Last updated 10:54 PM
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The Aiken Department of Public Safety was asking for assistance Thursday in identifying two women following credit card transaction fraud. Police said the fraudulent transactions took place in June.

Aiken police want to talk to this woman.  Special
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Aiken police want to talk to this woman.


Anyone with information is asked to contact the Aiken Department of Public Safety at (803) 642-7620.

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BamaMan
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BamaMan 07/05/12 - 01:14 pm
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GEEZ

There are cameras everywhere but bathrooms and dressing rooms people! SMILE, you're on Candid Camera!

Jake
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Jake 07/05/12 - 01:21 pm
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Pachyderms

If spotted please call the police department. Do not attempt to capture these 2 by yourself as you may get trampled or sat on.

Just My Opinion
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Just My Opinion 07/05/12 - 02:34 pm
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Go to any Wal-Mart in America

Go to any Wal-Mart in America and you'll find a couple of hundred women who look just like these 2! It is obvious from these 2 photos that these 2 women are related! They both have beady little eyes and fuzzy-looking faces, and wear stretch pants! No wait!!....that's the quality of the pictures! Never mind!

Willow Bailey
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Willow Bailey 07/05/12 - 07:57 pm
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Boys, that was not nice at

Boys, that was not nice at all.

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