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Lubbock police attempting to locate forgery suspect

Source: Lubbock Police Department Source: Lubbock Police Department
Source: Lubbock Police Department Source: Lubbock Police Department
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Police are searching for a suspect wanted for questioning in connection with a forgery involving stolen business checks.

Police say the suspect is a 5-foot-4-inch tall white female weighing 180 pounds with medium length dark hair. 

They say she was driving a mid-sized black 4-door vehicle. 

She was last seen at the Stripes Convenience store at 202 50th Street in the early morning hours of June 3. 

If you have any information, contact Crime Line at 741-1000 or contact Detective Bryan Dubois at 577-5818.

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