Woman impersonated retirement community employee, stole jewelry, police say

Woman impersonated retirement community employee, stole jewelry, police say

HARTWELL, Ohio (FOX19) - Cincinnati police are looking for a woman who they say impersonated an employee of a Hartwell retirement community and burglarized an apartment.

The incident happened on Sept. 11 at the Evergreen Retirement Community at 230 West Galbraith Rd.

Police say the suspect went into one of the apartments and stole $500 worth of jewelry.

Evergreen Retirement Community sent a statement to FOX19 Now:

“We are working with the Cincinnati Police Department to determine the validity of an allegation regarding an alleged theft. The safety and well-being of our residents and team members are our highest priorities, and we take these situations seriously. We are cooperating with the Cincinnati police department as they conduct their investigation and encourage anyone that may have information about this incident to contact the local police department. We are proud to note that none of the potential thefts in question has affected the quality of services or care provided by the Evergreen community, and we are looking forward to closure in this matter.”

If you recognize this person, please call Cincinnati Police - District 4 Investigative Unit at (513) 569-8600 or CrimeStoppers at (513) 352-3040.

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