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FLASHBACK FRIDAY – Credit Card theft (Magill)

Posted on 19/02/2021

This week’s unsolved crime asks for your help to identify the pictured woman, who is suspected of having stolen a credit card from Magill Primary School before using it on a spending spree. 
On Friday 25 August 2006 the woman entered a classroom of Magill Primary School and stole a purse. She then used a credit card stolen from the purse at Woolworths Liquor Prospect (where she was caught on surveillance video), and other North Eastern suburb stores.
Over $1200 worth of goods were purchased with the stolen card.
The female suspect is described as Caucasian, mid 20’s, 170cms tall, medium build, fair complexion with straight brown hair. At the time she was wearing a grey long sleeve top with dark sleeves wit ‘NEW YORK’ across the front in dark letters, light blue jeans and white sports shoes.
If you have any information about this person we’d love to hear from you – and you can share what you know without having to say who you are or get involved.
Call 1800 333 000 or go to
Please quote reference number 07/16TV


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