Clay County deputies seek suspect who used stolen card

Published On: Dec 12 2013 05:10:40 PM EST

Orange County deputies release a surveillance photo of what they believe is a photo of the suspect using another woman's card at a bank drive-thru teller.

ORANGE PARK, Fla. -

The Clay County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a woman captured on surveillance video accused of using a stolen card at a bank drive-through.

Deputies responded to Moody Avenue in reference to a burglary and met with the 29-year-old female victim.

The woman parked her black Honda around 5:40 a.m. Oct. 18 in a parking spot in front of the main entrance to the YMCA in Orange Park.

Deputies said the woman got out of her car, leaving her black and grey Vera Wang purse in the front passenger seat. She then locked the vehicle and entered the YMCA.

When the woman returned to her car around 7 a.m., she noticed the passenger-side window was busted and her purse was gone. She then called the Clay County Sheriff's Office.

Deputies determined there were no other signs of entry into the Honda other than the broken window. Because of the time the crime was committed, deputies said there was a large amount of moisture on the door handle and on the passenger door. However, the Sheriff's Office said there were no signs of evidence on the handle or door itself.

The woman told deputies that the purse is valued at $350 and inside the purse, there was a brown wallet that contained her Florida drivers license, two Regions Bank cards, two Navy Federal credit cards and some insurance cards. The woman called Regions Bank and was working to cancel those cards.

Deputies released a surveillance photo on Thursday of what they believe is a photo of the suspect using the woman's card at a bank drive-thru teller.

Those with any information about this crime or the woman's identity is asked to call the Clay County Sheriff's Office at 904-264-6512.

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