Lexington Police Searching For Alleged Wallet Thief

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Updated: 4/02/2013 6:34 pm
Lexington Police are looking for a woman they said is helping herself to other people's wallets.

Police said the woman took wallets from people while they were eating or shopping. They said she uses the victim's credit cards. Police said it's happened at T.J. Maxx in Nicholasville, and Kroger on Tate's Creek Road and West Lowery Lane. 

Police said the money involved adds up to $20,000. Police have put up the woman's picture on a website called www.idthisperson.com. Lexington police said the website has helped them catch people in the past, and more pictures will be added in the coming weeks.
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