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Tuscaloosa police looking for forgery suspect

Tuscaloosa police say the woman in these surveillance photos stole credit cards and checks from a victim and cashed them on Oct. 12. Source: TPD Tuscaloosa police say the woman in these surveillance photos stole credit cards and checks from a victim and cashed them on Oct. 12. Source: TPD
TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) -

Tuscaloosa police are looking for a woman suspected of forgery. Police say a female suspect stole credit cards and checks from a victim on October 12. The suspect cashed the checks from the victim's bank on the same day, Tuscaloosa Police Sgt. Brent Blankley said.

Anyone who knows the identity of the woman shown in the bank's surveillance photos is asked to call the Tuscaloosa County Crime Stoppers at 205-752-STOP (7867) or Text "Tusc" and the suspect's information to CRIMES (274637).

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