Connecticut State Police seek help identifying fraud suspect

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WINDHAM — Connecticut State Police are seeking public assistance to identify a woman suspected of fraudulent bank transactions on April 17.

At approximately 1:41 p.m., the suspect withdrew $6,000 from the Northeast Family Federal Credit Union located at 361 Boston Post Rd in Windham using stolen personal information of a victim.

The woman then proceeded to the Manchester Branch at 233 Main St, attempting a similar withdrawal.

A vigilant bank teller recognized the discrepancy and alerted the authorities.

The suspect is described as a female with short curly hair, seen wearing a blue blouse during the incident.

She had presented a fake Massachusetts driver’s license and the victim’s social security number to carry out the fraudulent activity.

State Police have released images of the suspect and are asking anyone with information to come forward.

Tips can be provided to Trooper Melissa Bilgen by calling Troop K at 860-465-5400.

Officials assure that all tips can remain confidential.

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