Murfreesboro woman reports credit card fraud - police likely know address of suspect

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Possible suspect lives in trailer number 11, according to a police incident report.

If you did not move, but your received a letter from your credit card company suggesting you moved, you may be the victim of credit card fraud.

A Murfreesboro woman called the authorities after she received a letter from her credit card provider confirming that her address changed to a location in Virginia. A quick call to the company further confirmed that a woman named Carolyn had allegedly spent over $7,000 on her card. The illegitimate charges were online, according to a police report. In addition to online charges, the thief someone got a cash advance as well.

An arrest has not been made at this point. However, detectives have an exact address of which trailer "Carolyn" likely lives in at a mobile home park in Tazewell, Virginia - according to police.



MPD Incident Report #14-17506


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