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HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) - Most of us think of our home as our castle and our vehicles parked at our home are an extension of that castle.

But it's not as safe and secure as you might think. One woman had a credit card stolen from a locked vehicle at her home.

A woman used that stolen credit card at the Walmart on Sparkman drive on Feb. 9. 

Police said the credit card was stolen at the Governor's House Apartments.

Investigators said the crook stopped at several stores around town using that stolen card.

She stopped at the University Drive Walmart after changing her clothes. Then she stopped at grocery stores and gas stations. Her next stop could be Metro Jail if you can help identify her.

If you know who she is, call 256-53-CRIME.

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