Nichols Hills Police investigating theft, fraud
NICHOLS HILLS, Okla. — Nichols Hills Police are investigating the case of a single credit card stolen from one of Oklahoma City’s most exclusive country clubs.
June 15th, the head of security at Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club reported a stolen business credit card.
Police say it was stolen out of an office at the club, and then used at a dozen businesses around the Oklahoma City metro.
“The individual that used it fraudulently was able to purchase many items. Total, it’s approximately $4000 worth of fraudulent charges.” said Nichols Hills Police Detective Casey Nix.
Police have surveillance video from four metro stores; in each of them there is a woman in bright colored clothing detectives want to talk to.
They are calling her a person of interest.
According to the police report, the stolen credit card was used to buy $937.35 in merchandise from Target, $696.87 from Best Buy, $72 from Hawaiian Don’s Club, $25 from Classen Clean and Green Car Wash, $41.56 from Cheesecake Factory, $37 from Mango’s and $1420.77 from two shoe stores in Oklahoma City.
“The credit card was used on different days but her clothing was consistently colorful.” Detective Nix said.
Police are asking the public to pay special attention to the woman’s bright colored clothing and hair piece.
If you have any information, call the Nichols Hills Police Department at 405.843.5672.
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