MIDDLETON, Wis. - Police are looking for a woman who may have used a fake ID and fraudulently obtained more than $16,000 from a credit union in Madison and Middleton, according to a release.
A woman who identified herself as Karina Gomez, via a possibly fake Nevada ID on Oct. 28 and 29, fraudulently obtained cash advances of $16,000 at UW Credit Union locations in Middleton and Madison, police said.
The woman is described as having brunette hair with the top layer dyed blond, according to the release. She was wearing a black hat with "Pink" stitched on the front.
Police said the woman may be associated with a small dark-colored Chevy crossover vehicle with an unknown license plate.
Officials ask anyone who recognizes the woman to contact Detective Dan Jones at 608-824-7322 or firstname.lastname@example.org and reference case number 16-10207.
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