ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. - Have you seen her?
The Orangetown Police Department is asking for the public's assistance as it searches for a young woman who allegedly used a stolen credit card during multiple stops in Nyack.
Police released photos of a woman who used a stolen credit card at the Shell gas station, Walgreens and McDonalds in Nyack. She has been described as a 5-foot-5 white female in her late teens or early 20s. She weighs an estimated 110 pounds and her hair is dyed bright red and orange, police said.
The photos come on the heels of a video released by the Ramapo Police Department, which led to the arrest and identification of 26-year-old Krzysztof Niepostyn, who was caught breaking into an Airmont home.
Anyone with information or who may be able to identify the suspect has been asked to contact the Orangetown Police Department by calling (845) 359-3700. The Detective Division can also be contacted directly at (845) 359-3730. Communication should be directed to Det. Brian Domitrovits. Private messages can also be left on the Orangetown Police Department’s Facebook page.
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