Identity Theft | Bonney Lake Police Blotter
Theft from Vehicle: Officers contacted the reporting party at her residence to discuss a vehicle prowl that occurred over night. She told officers her vehicle was left unlocked all night and the next morning she discovered her purse was missing. She reported her debit card stolen and was told it had already been used once around 4 a.m. at a gas station in Federal Way and another time which was unsuccessful. At the time of this report, there was nothing further.
Identity Theft: The reporting party contacted officers at the station to report his identity had been used by an unknown person. He told officers two months ago he spoke with a medical center in New Jersey who knew his social security number and wanted to discuss an unpaid bill. The reporting party told officers he learned that his information was obtained sometime in January 2011. He has never been to New Jersey. This case has been forwarded to the appropriate jurisdiction in New Jersey for further investigation and review.
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