VINCENNES, IND. (WTHI) - Police in southern Indiana say, thanks to your tips, they now have the name of a woman they'd like to question concerning the theft of an elderly couple.
Vincennes City Police say they are looking for 36-year old Alicia J. Myers.
Investigators say they believe Myers is the woman caught on camera using a debit card that had been taken sometime Monday, along with a purse from a home in Vincennes.
Officers say the thieves made off with several hundred dollars in cash and then used the debit card to empty out the couple's bank account.
Police say they went to Myers's apartment and found she had left. So if you know where Myers might be, please contact the Vincennes Police Department at 812-882-1630.
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