Woman Uses Someone Else's I.D. To Make $12K Withdrawal - KMOV.com

Woman Uses Someone Else's I.D. To Make $12K Withdrawal

Police in St. Peters and O'Fallon, MO are looking for a suspect in a fraud case.

This is what St. Peters says about the case:

St. Peters and O'Fallon Police Department needs help from the public in identifying a forgery suspect who has stolen just over $12,000 from the victim's bank account. The victim's wallet, which included her driver's license and bank account information, was stolen from her vehicle in the west St. Louis County area on August 14th. The unidentified female suspect used the victim's identification and withdrew money from the victim's bank accounts on at least two separate occasions at the Commerce Banks in O'Fallon and St. Peters.

The suspect is described as:
W/F 35-40 years old
Dark brown hair
Approximately 5'8" - 5'10"
200-215 lbs.
Large Frame
Wearing glasses in surveillance photos

You can see the photo, provided by St. Peters Police, here.

I asked Commerce Bank about the woman being able to use a someone else's I.D. twice to withdraw large sums of money.

Their director of security says, "People who conduct this type of activity generally are adept at making someone believe that they are the person they are portraying. They alter how they look, are able to produce multiple forms of identification, and act in every way like a normal customer so that they don't draw attention to themselves."

If you recognize the woman, call St. Peters or O'Fallon, MO police. I've provided direct contact information below.

St. Peters PD
Det. Beckman
(636) 477-6600 ext. 530


O'Fallon PD
Det. Mountain

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