Woman accused of using stolen credit card to rent car

Police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect who used a stolen credit card to rent a car and steal $1,800 in merchandise from Kohl's.

The car has still not been returned to Hertz at the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport.

The female identified herself as Rebecca King of Harrisburg, Pa. She requested an SUV and stated that she would have it back on Dec. 11.

The vehicle is a 2012 Chevrolet Suburban, white in color, bearing MI registration CCC9223, valued at $34,331.00.

The 'real' Rebecca King contacted police saying her identity had been stolen. She had an active police report on file through her local police department in Pennsylvania.  King said whoever stole her identity, rented the rental car and opened a Kohl's credit card in her name.  The Kohl's credit card was used at the Kohl's in Cincinnati and Cold Spring, KY and accumulated over $1,800.00 in merchandise.

The un-identified female also tried to open a Best Buy credit card as well as an AT&T account that exceeded $1,300.  Both stores were in the Cincinnati area.

Anyone who can identify this woman is asked to call Crimestoppers at 513-352-3040.

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