The 'runners' in Virginia's identity theft ring
Police are still trying to crack the case of the identity theft ring that has targeted Northern and Central Virginia -- and reached as far as Spain. The savvy thieves recently stole about $8,500 in checks from three women after breaking into their cars outside an Alexandria gym. They attempted to get another $13,000 but were stopped by the banks.
Here are a few pictures of the thieves in the act. They were snapped at banks in Baltimore, and are the alleged "runners" -- the thieves who resemble the victims, go to banks and cash checks.
The pictures are fuzzy so it's hard to make them out. But if you recognize any of these women, or have any other information about the case, police ask you to call Alexandria Detective Sean Casey at 703-838-4079 or Sean.Casey@alexandriava.gov.
February 2, 2010; 3:00 PM ET
Categories: Alexandria , Allison Klein
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