October 2, 2014
Patricia looks at a security camera photo not a mirror. Patricia said, "This is the person pretending to be me." The real Patricia who asked not to have her last name used, doesn't know how an identity thief took a check she had written. 'It makes me paranoid, " She said,
The suspect used the washed check four times to purchase nearly $1,000 in items. Patricia's personal information remained the same but the amount altered over and over. Patricia said, "It disrupts my life, everything stops. I have to go to the bank, sign affidavits that this is not me."
Papillion police hope a security camera photo will lead to the identity of the identity thief. Anyone with information call Sarpy County Crimestoppers at 592-STOP.
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