Lubbock Police seek woman accused of passing counterfeit check - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/20/09

Lubbock Police seek woman accused of passing counterfeit check

LUBBOCK, TEXAS (KCBD) - Lubbock Police are searching for a woman accused of passing a counterfeit check.

Take a look at these surveillance images, they were captured at the Nothin Butt Smokes Shop at 34th and Elgin. The woman you see here bought two cartons of cigarettes and a 20 ounce bottle of soda using a counterfeit check.

The suspect is believed to be in her 20's, about five feet seven inches tall, with blonde hair and a medium build. She was last seen driving a yellow two door Saturn. Police do not have the license plate number, but they say it only had rear plates.

If you know who this woman is, you may be eligible for a cash reward. Give Crimeline a call at 741-1000. Remember, you can remain anonymous.

 

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