POMONA, Ca. – Pomona Police are asking for help to identify a woman who stole the wallet belonging to a teacher from her Alcott Elementary School classroom.
The woman walked onto the school campus after the school day had already ended. She walked into an unlocked and unoccupied classroom, police said. The teacher entered the classroom while the subject was still inside casing the room. The startled, nervously told the teacher that she was looking for the school office so that she could register her son, the news release said.
The teacher told her that was not the office and told her how she could find the office. The woman quickly left the school without stopping by the office. The teacher noticed that her purse was not where she left it, but was moved to a different part of the classroom. Her wallet was not inside her purse. She contacted her bank to report her debit card missing and was told that four transactions that were not hers were already made or attempted. The transactions were at Walmart, Mobil, and at a nearby ATM.
The woman is described as Hispanic, 30-35 years old, 5’8, approximately 180lbs with brown hair.
If you know her or her whereabouts, please contact the Pomona Police Department 909-620-2085 or to remain anonymous, 800-222-8477.
This article was written by a staff member of the 24/7 Headline News Organization
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