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Caught On Camera: Woman Accused of Identity Theft

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Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in the nation.

Fresno police say one woman knows that well and now officers are looking for her.

Police say the woman used stolen credit cards to go on a shopping spree in at least five stores across the valley.

Police say so far, she's ripped off more than $1,800 worth of stuff.

Detectives say thankfully, the Fresno victim whose purse was stolen while at work called her credit card companies and canceled them.

But now, Fresno police need your help in figuring out who the woman is.

If you've seen the woman or have information about she is, your urged to call Crimestoppers at (559) 498-STOP.

You can remain anonymous and earn yourself some cold hard cash.

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