BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. - Police are looking for a woman who has charged almost $3,000 on a credit card that was stolen out of a hospital office.
On July 12, a 24-year-old woman noticed her wallet and cell phone were taken from her office on the third floor of Bethesda Memorial Hospital, said Boynton Beach Police spokeswoman Stephanie Slater in a news release this morning.
On the same day, police say the woman suspected of taking the card used it to purchase $1,484 of Apple products from Best Buy at 550 N. Congress Ave. Also, police say the woman charged $1,114 in electronics at Target at 650 N. Congress Ave.
A surveillance video shows the woman suspected of using the credit card, wearing a black shirt, a blue denim jacket, and light colored pants. She also appears to be pregnant.
Anyone who recognizes the woman is asked to call Det. Daniel Dugger at 742-6818 or Sgt. Frank Ranzie at 742-6132 or Crime Stoppers of Palm Beach County at 800-458-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be submitted via www.bbpd.org and www.facebook.com/boyntonbeachpolice .
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