Police say the suspect uses different names and addresses on the checks and it appears she has the victim's drivers license number, but uses a counterfeit license when asked for ID.
As of the most recent bad check, more than $15,000 had been stolen using the fraudulent information. At this point, investigators don't know how she obtained the victim's information.
A female was captured at three separate Target locations using the forged checks, but it's unclear if she's the only suspect or if she has help.
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