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North Augusta Walmart fraud suspect sought

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Monday, June 3, 2013 2:37 PM
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The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is looking to question a woman in a fraudulent Walmart credit account that was set up using a victim’s information.

The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is looking for information on a woman seen on a security camera.  SPECIAL
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The North Augusta Department of Public Safety is looking for information on a woman seen on a security camera.

The woman purchased $1,900 in cell phones and a gift card. Anyone with information can contact Investigator Chris Toole at North Augusta Department of Public Safety, (803) 441-4217.

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GnipGnop
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GnipGnop 06/03/13 - 03:00 pm
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People that steal other people's

identity should spend the rest of their lives working and paying their victims for the inconvenience!

Just My Opinion
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Just My Opinion 06/03/13 - 03:46 pm
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That's a pretty good picture

That's a pretty good picture of her right there. I wouldn't be surprised that someone would come forward to identify her if there was a reward involved. If this chick thinks so little of other people that she'd steal an identity, I'm pretty sure she has been selfish enough to step on other people's toes and tick them off. In other words, there's someone out there who holds no loyalty to this thief!

Darby
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Darby 06/04/13 - 10:42 pm
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She won't be roaming free

for much longer....

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