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Woman wanted for using stolen debit card

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) -

Police are hoping someone can identify a woman suspected of using a stolen debit card at a suburban Harrisburg grocery store.

Lower Paxton Township police said the woman bought cigarettes and several gift cards in excess of $250 at the Giant on Union Deposit Road during the evening of Jan. 22.

The owner of the card was shopping in the area prior to that, and is unsure how the card was lost or stolen, police said.

For the purchase of the cigarettes, the woman gave a birth date of October 8, 1985, which would make her 28 years old if she was being truthful, police said.

Anyone who recognizes her is asked to call Lower Paxton police at 717-657-5656 or leave an anonymous tip at 717-724-8317.

 

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