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Woman sought in identity theft, fraud case

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police are looking for help from the public in identifying a woman wanted in a case of identity theft and fraud.

Lower Paxton Township police said they have been working with authorities in Kentucky and Ohio, and on Monday released a photograph of the woman so that someone may recognize her.

The woman in the photograph used the identity of a township woman to open numerous accounts and rent a car that has not been returned in Cincinnati, Ohio and in Cold Springs, Kentucky, police said.

The loss is in the thousands, not including the Chevrolet Suburban that was rented, police said.

Anyone with information may call Lower Paxton Township police at (717) 657-5656, leave an anonymous tip at (717) 724-8317, or contact Crime Stoppers of Dauphin County at (800) 262-3080.

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