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Crime Stoppers: Woman fleeces account of over $3K

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Police said this woman took over $3K out of a business account that was not hers. Police said this woman took over $3K out of a business account that was not hers.
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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Police said a woman got away with more than $3,000 out of an account that didn't belong to her. She used fake IDs to get the money out of a local business account.

The woman can be seen in security footage walking into the First Commercial Bank on Whitesburg Drive back on Sept. 23. Investigators said she walked out again with $3,400 in cold, hard cash.

The woman is about 5'5" and weighs about 160 lbs.

Do you recognize the woman? If so, you know what you have to do.

Call 256-53-CRIME. Your tips can remain anonymous.

Or to text or e-mail an anonymous tip, head to our Crime Stoppers page for details.

There's up to $1,000 in reward money for information that results in an arrest.

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