Suspects sought in check fraud case - Tucson News Now

Suspects sought in check fraud case

(Source: Oro Valley Police Department) (Source: Oro Valley Police Department)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Oro Valley Police Department is searching for a 40-year-old suspect, and an accomplice, who allegedly cashed a fraudulent check at a local Walmart.

Oro Valley police obtained surveillance video that reveals two women who approached the store counter to check out, passed the fraudulent check and departed in a white, newer-model U-Haul pickup truck.

The first suspect is described as Caucasian, between 5'3" and 5'5" tall, weighing around 200 pounds and has dark hair. She was last seen wearing a light blue tank top, dark blue jean shorts, sunglasses, and had several tattoos on her upper arms and left chest area, according to police.

Police say the woman she was with is also between 5'3" and 5'5" tall and weighs about 150 pounds.  She was wearing a short sleeved blue denim shirt and blue jeans.

Anyone with information is asked to call 911, 88-CRIME or (520) 229-4900.

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