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Braintree Police Look for Video Game Thief

The following information was supplied by the Braintree Police Department and Mass Most Wanted. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Suspect in a Jan. 9 case of fraudulent check use. Braintree Police/MassMostWanted.com
Suspect in a Jan. 9 case of fraudulent check use. Braintree Police/MassMostWanted.com
Earlier this month, an unknown woman use nine fraudulent traveler's checks to buy a game console and video games at the Game Stop in Braintree.

Police are seeking help identifying the suspect, who allegedly used American Express checks of an unnamed quantity to buy the merchandise on Jan. 9, according to MassMostWanted.com.

The alert did not include a description but did provide a photo of the female suspect, see above. 

If you have any information about the crime, contact Detective Charles Paris at 781-794-8685.

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