Wall Police: "Help Us Find Woman Depositing Bad Checks"

Woman allegedly deposited fraudulent checks at banks throughout the state

Woman sought by Wall police
Woman sought by Wall police

Wall police are asking the public for help identifying a woman they say withdrew money after depositing several fraudulent checks at banks within the state.

On Thursday, Jan. 16, Spring Lake Police Detective Christopher Kucinski contacted the Wall Township Police Department after he observed suspicious activity at a bank within Wall.

An investigation revealed the female suspect has allegedly deposited several fraudulent checks at banks throughout the state, police said.

"Once the fraudulent check is deposited into an account she responds to another bank and attempts to withdraw money," police said. "To date, she has successfully withdrawn an unspecified amount."

The woman is described as being a tall black female in her late 20’s to early 30’s, wearing a stud type metal nose ring and block lettering tattooed across her chest (not colored in) and tattoos on her hands and fingers.

She was last seen operating a 2014 tan Tahoe bearing New York registration GJA8861, which is a rental vehicle. The vehicle was rented from Maplewood, New Jersey.

Authorities are asking anyone with information to contact the two lead detectives on the case, Det. Rick Pasqualini and Det. Elio Scarpa of the Wall Township Police Department. They can be reached at 732-449-4500.

john January 20, 2014 at 08:23 PM
hey lowlife....GET A JOB.
Parent January 21, 2014 at 07:26 AM
Further investigation will reveal she is on Government assistance, so a job could take away her free money. LOL


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