Chickasaw Police: Woman Wanted For Stealing Checks

Chickasaw Police: Woman Wanted For Stealing Checks

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Chickasaw Police is investigating a case where stolen checks on a closed account have been passed in stores around Mobile County.  Investigators say it was presented at the Walmart Store located at 101 E. I 65 South Service Road in Mobile on April 17. Another at Winn Dixie at 1550 Government Street and twice at Food World at 2962 Dauphin Island Parkway.

Video surveillance shows a white female with blonde hair.  At the Walmart store the female is wearing dark pants and a short sleeve white shirt and dark colored sandals and is talking on a cell phone.  At the Winn Dixie, the suspect is wearing what appears to be a green long sleeve shirt and dark colored pants.  At the Food World, the suspect is wearing a red University of Alabama long sleeve shirt and dark pants.  The second video feed from Food World shows the female suspect pushing a baby inside of a grocery cart. 

If anyone has information on the identity of this female contact Detective Stubbs with the Chickasaw Police Department at 251-380-8333.

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