UPDATE: Murfreesboro Detectives say a woman named Kanika Coleman, who is wanted for various crimes, is now going by the alias of Honey 'Nika' Jones.
The MPD continues to search for Coleman and said that she’s wanted on numerous counts of identity theft, in addition to several other possible charges dealing with aggravated burglary, fraudulent use of a credit card and more.
Last month, police reported that she was wanted for questioning after a room at the Residence Inn was broken into and the victim’s company credit card was stolen. The card was used to make multiple purchases at businesses on Medical Center Pkwy.
While the list of charges against Coleman appears to be growing, it appears as if authorities are not any closer to finding her.
Some of the past aliases that 39-year-old Coleman is accused of using include Princess Putman, Kanika Putman and Bettie Putman, according to the Murfreesboro Police Department.
On Tuesday, the MPD reported that suspect is still driving a white BMW SUV, which can be seen above this news story.
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In the Murfreesboro area, detectives need assistance tracking down 39-year-old Kanika Zakiya Coleman, who also goes by names like Princess Putman, Kanika Putman and Bettie Putman, according to the Murfreesboro Police Department.
Authorities tell WGNS that Coleman is wanted for questioning in an aggravated burglary, theft, and fraudulent use of a credit card case.
On Feb. 24th, a room at the Residence Inn was broken into and the victim’s company credit card was stolen. The card was used to make multiple purchases at businesses on Medical Center Pkwy.
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Theft related case – Continued...
Coleman, who is from California, may still be in the Middle Tennessee area. She was last seen driving an early 2000’s model BMW SUV that was white in color. The SUV had an Auto Workz tag on the front bumper of the vehicle.
If you know where she can be located, contact Det. Jessica Rice at 629-201-5550 or email tips to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Source: Murfreesboro Police Dept.
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