WEST JORDAN, Utah, July 1, 2019 (Gephardt Daily) — West Jordan police are searching for a woman in connection with a fraud case. She was thought to also be driving a stolen vehicle.
A news release from West Jordan Police Department said the incident occurred June 7.
“This female suspect went through the drive up at Mountain America Credit Union located at 6761 S. Redwood Road and withdrew several thousand dollars using a member’s stolen Utah driver’s license,” the news release said.
“The suspect then went to the Mountain America Credit Union located at 9027 S. 2200 West and also used the member’s stolen Utah driver’s license and did another withdrawal of several thousand dollars, this time inside the building.”
The woman was seen driving a white passenger car.
“We confirmed this vehicle had a stolen plate on the back,” the news release said. “It was reported stolen out of Sandy City before the fraud occurred.”
In surveillance photographs, the woman is brunette and is wearing a black T-shirt with gold lettering, blue jeans, white sneakers and is carrying a black bag. She has distinctive long lime-green nails and numerous bracelets, and appears to be carrying a pair of ear buds.
Please contact WJPD Detective Tracy Williams with any information on 801-414-2801. You may text or call, the case number is 19H008533. Callers may remain anonymous.