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CATCH-A-CROOK: Woman uses stolen credit cards at several Springfield gas stations

The victim also reported cash, two phone chargers, and prescription medicine as stolen.
Updated: Jun. 10, 2021 at 11:05 PM CDT
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SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) -

The victim also reported cash, two phone chargers and a bottle of prescription medicine as...
The victim also reported cash, two phone chargers and a bottle of prescription medicine as stolen.(Greene County Sheriff's Office)

In this week’s Catch a Crook, deputies are trying to identify a woman who used stolen credit cards to buy items at several Greene County gas stations. The victim reported her purse had been stolen on May 6 from her vehicle in the driveway. The thief also took a couple of phone chargers, some cash and a bottle of prescription medication.

The initial crime happened on May 6, 2021.
The initial crime happened on May 6, 2021.(Greene County Sheriff's Office)

The crime happened at the Lakewood Village apartments near South Campbell Avenue and West Lakewood Street. The neighborhood is south of James River Freeway and east of The Library Center. Security video shows a woman using the victim’s stolen credit cards at three Kum & Go gas stations and a Phillips 66 in Springfield.

Greene County deputies are looking for vehicle and say a man could also be connected to the...
Greene County deputies are looking for vehicle and say a man could also be connected to the thefts.(Greene County Sheriff's Office)

Surveillance cameras also captured the suspect’s vehicle. Greene County deputy Jason Winston describes it as a silver, new model 4-door sedan. Security video shows a man sitting in the passenger seat.

Courtesy: Greene County Sheriff's Office
Courtesy: Greene County Sheriff's Office(Greene County Sheriff's Office)

If you recognize the woman or have any information, call the Greene County Tip Line at 417-829-6230.

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