Police Searching For Suspect In Credit Card Theft


The Gila County Sheriff's Department is seeking information on the identity and whereabouts of a woman in connection with stolen credit card use.

She is a white female, between the ages of 18 and 30, has long brown, slightly wavy hair with blond highlights, is about 5-feet-4-inches to 5-feet-7-inches tall and weighs between 110 and 125 pounds. She has a tattoo on her upper left arm of a red flower with green stem and leaves going around the arm in a band fashion.


Sheriff's deputies are seeking information about the woman in this photograph. She allegedly used a credit card stolen from a vehicle at the Fossil Creek Trailhead parking area. The card was used at a Bashas' in Tempe Sept. 2.

She was accompanied by a small child, probably under the age of one, when this image was made.

She was caught on surveillance video at a Bashas' grocery store in Tempe using a credit card believed to have been stolen from a vehicle parked at the Fossil Creek Trailhead Sept. 1. The tape was made Sept. 2.

There was a series of credit card thefts from 45 to 50 vehicle burglaries during the summer at the Fossil Creek Trailhead. And the problem is continuing, according to detectives at the Gila County Sheriff's Department.

Anyone with information concerning this woman is asked to call Det. Brian Havey at the Gila County Sheriff's Department, 474-2208.

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