Investigators inside the Natick Police Department are
looking for assistance with a fraudulent use of a credit card case.
According to a press statement, the woman in these pictures allegedly spent $4,993.79 in two stores on March 14, around lunchtime after reportedly obtaining the credit card in a fraudulent manner. Police don’t know how that card was obtained but have had “had several previous reports of wallets taken while the victims were eating in local restaurants” in town.
“It is a possibility that the wallet was removed from a purse while at lunch,” according to Lt. Brian Grassy of the Natick Police Department. “Opportunities exist when purses are hung on the backs of chairs, left in booths or even out of sight. The persons responsible take advantage of the victim’s focus on eating, conversation or attending to children.”
Anyone with information about this person is being asked to contact the Natick Police Department Detective Division at 508-647-9520. Information can also be posted online at natickpolice.com or natickma.gov/Public_Documents/NatickMA_Police/OnlineReporting/start-report.html