Fraud suspect targets elderly women in Plant City

- Seniors in Plant City - be warned. Someone out there is shopping with your money and police don't want you to be the next victim.

Police believe a woman is behind this and she's already involved in at least three cases. There could be more victims out there.

Somehow, she's getting the financial information of seniors, and then printing fraudulent credit cards to take shopping.

She's already hit up a Walmart, a Publix and a CVS. Police think she could be involved in other cases outside of Plant City as well; possibly in Orlando.

She was described as 5'06" to 5'09" and weighs between 135 and 150 pounds. Police think she was driving a newer model, gray Dodge Charger.

“Especially in the Bay Area, where there's a large population of retired folks, we ask that they be a little more vigilant,” Sergeant Al Vanduyne with the Plant City Police Department explained.

Crime stoppers is offering a $3,000 reward for information that leads to an arrest. Anyone with information was asked to call 1-800-873-TIPS (8477) or report anonymously online at

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