Can you help? Fairfield Twp. police looking for woman who tried to cash stolen checks

Fairfield Twp. police are looking for this woman who cashed a stolen check using a driver's license stolen in a recent rash of vehicle break-ins in the township. PROVIDED
Fairfield Twp. police are looking for this woman who cashed a stolen check using a driver's license stolen in a recent rash of vehicle break-ins in the township. PROVIDED

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Fairfield Twp. police are working to identify a woman who attempted to cash checks with a stolen driver’s license.

The thefts happened Sunday when several vehicles in the Rentschler Estates Park were found with windows smashed out while in the park, according to Fairfield Twp. police Sgt. Brandon McCroskey. Suspects stole multiple items including credit cards and driver’s licenses.

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Fairfield Twp. police are looking for the woman who drove this vehicle after she cashed a stolen check using a driver's license stolen in a recent rash of vehicle break-ins in the township. PROVIDED
Fairfield Twp. police are looking for the woman who drove this vehicle after she cashed a stolen check using a driver's license stolen in a recent rash of vehicle break-ins in the township. PROVIDED

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One of the stolen driver’s licenses was used by a female suspect at AurGroup Credit Union in Fairfield on Thursday and today. The suspect posed as one of the victims, using her driver’s license to have checks cashed, said McCroskey. She also forged the victim’s name onto the check when endorsing it, he said.

Bank video shows the female suspect and her vehicle, possibly wearing a wig, as she tried to pass the checks in the bank’s drive-thru.

Investigators believe checks were also stolen from victims in other areas. McCroskey said one of the possible stolen checks, which the suspect attempted to cash, is from Florence, Ky.

The suspected vehicle is believed to be a newer-model white Toyota Rav-4, McCroskey said.

Anyone who may know or have seen this subject is asked to contact the Fairfield Twp. Police Department at 513-887-5841 or CrimeStoppers at 513-352-3040.

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