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Police looking for woman accused of cashing fake checks

Marketta Williams (Source: CPD) Marketta Williams (Source: CPD)
CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

Police are looking for a suspect who is accused of cashing a fraudulent checks.

According to Cincinnati Police, on April 14 and April 18, there were three fraudulent "H & R Block"  income tax return checks cashed in Walnut Hills; all three checks had the same verification number, but were cashed by three different suspects.

Each check was made out for roughly $7,800 and the financial loss of the institution is approximately $23,000.

All three of the suspects have been identified, however only two of the three have been located.

The third suspect has been identified as Marketta Williams, 21.

Williams may reside in the West End; she's approximately 5'8" tall and 155 pounds.

Williams has an open misdemeanor capias for assault, but the charges related to this offense are still pending.

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