GREENWOOD, Ind. - Police are offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a woman who stole a purse and credit cards from a hair salon.
Crime Stoppers of Indiana said the Greenwood Police Department was hoping the public would step up to help find the woman seen in our attached photos.
Police said on May 15, the woman entered Salon Lofts, a hair salon, located at 740 Fry Road, and stole a hair stylist's purse.
Investigators said she used cards from the purse at seven different stores over the next hour.
Those who submit a tip that successfully leads to the felony arrest of this woman could get a $1,000 reward.
The woman is white with long reddish-brown hair and had sunglasses on top of her head. She was wearing a dark coat, dark pants and purple tennis shoes.
If you have information on this woman, you’re urged to report it information anonymously via Crime Stoppers at 317-262-8477 (TIPS) or online at crimetips.org. Tips can also be texted with "INDYCS" to 274637. You can also check out the Crime Stoppers app, TipSubmit.
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