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Amarillo police seek suspect who is using a deceased person's debit card

Amarillo, TX - Amarillo Crime Stoppers are looking for a woman who they believe is using a deceased person's debit card. 

Police say the suspect stole the debit card from an elderly person in the hospital who later passed away.
     
They believe this woman is also forging the victim's checks.

If you know the identity of this woman, contact Amarillo Crime Stoppers at 374-4400.   
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