OVERLAND PARK, Kan. (AP) Police in northeastern Kansas are seeking a woman suspected of charging at least $15,000 on stolen credit cards.
KCTV reports the latest theft took place in the Overland Park area. The victim left her purse in a shopping cart at a department store and discovered her wallet missing when she tried to make her purchases.
The victim's bank told her that three of her credit cards had quickly been used to buy more than $6,000 worth of gift cards at another store.
Police say it's not the first such theft by the suspect. In all, she has charged more than $15,000 on stolen credit credits in the Kansas City area.
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