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Dartmouth Police Department seeks public’s help in identifying thief


Bad credit? No credit? No problem!

Our goal here at the Dartmouth Police Department is to assist credit-challenged individuals, by offering them a fast and simple way to answer to the court as to why they like to steal other people’s debit/credit cards, and then use them to make fraudulent purchases.

Take this young lady, who recently stole a smartphone and a debit card from an unsuspecting, hard-working victim at TJ Maxx.

After stealing the victim’s debit card, the young lady purchased a Subway sandwich, along with a few other items at Walmart, then went on her merry way without a care in the world!

As we would loooooove to reward her for this brazen and selfish act of foolishness, we are offering all of YOU the unbelievable opportunity to assist us with identifying her.

If you would like to help us (which I already know that most of you would), you can either send us a private message or call Detective Kyle Costa at 508-910-1755.


As a bonus, if you help us identify her, you can look in the mirror and not only see the person who helped DPD successfully close out another case, but also sothemselveso prides themself on doing the right thing!

Thank you!


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