Police search for woman suspected of car break-ins, using stolen credit cards

Police search for woman suspected of car break-ins, using stolen credit cards
Police are searching for a woman suspected of breaking into cars at several parks in the Tri-State and using stolen credit cards. (Indian Hill Rangers)
Police are searching for a woman suspected of breaking into cars at several parks in the Tri-State and using stolen credit cards. (Indian Hill Rangers)

SHARONVILLE, OH (FOX19) - A woman remains at large Monday in a series of car break-ins and using stolen credit cards to make purchases in at least two stores, Sharonville police said.

The suspect broke into vehicles at Sharon Woods Sunday afternoon and is wanted in connection with other park locations in Hamilton, Warren and Butler counties and used stolen cards at stores in Sharonville and West Chester, police wrote on Facebook.

Indian Hill Rangers also think the same woman broke into vehicles in their jurisdiction, according to police.

They are warning the public not to leave valuables in vehicles.

The suspect is in her late 20s and drives a silver or gray Acura with heavily tinted windows and an out-of-state license plate, according to police.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Hamilton County Park Rangers: 513-825-2280.

Anyone who sees the suspect should call 911.

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