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Police seek woman suspected of gas theft, credit card abuse

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock police are asking for your help to find a suspect they say used a stolen ID and debit card to pay for gas on September 28.

Police say she entered the United at 50th and Avenue Q on September 28th and used a stolen ID while she pumped gas and then drove away without paying.

On October 14, police say she entered the Stripes on 98th and University and used a stolen debit card to pay for the fuel before again running away.

The suspect was last seen leaving in a maroon Ford Taurus with children inside. The car was driven by a Hispanic male.

Police say she stands around 5' 6" tall and is heavy set with dark hair.

If you have information about this suspect, contact Crimeline at 741-1000 or Detective Jeremy Jones at 806-775-2432

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