A woman took more than $4,000 using a cloned credit card at a Reynoldsburg bank.

As part of Central Ohio Crime Stoppers’ Crime of the Week, police are hoping someone recognizes the woman in the photo who used the card Jan. 29 at Park National Bank, 1988 Baltimore-Reynoldsburg Road.

The woman, who presented an Arizona ID, gave the name Nicky Charles. She told the teller she was moving from Phoenix to Reynoldsburg and needed the money to move.

The card she used read Bank of America Visa but was actually a prepaid Visa card. Investigators believe she did the same thing at a Buckeye State Credit Union in Shaker Heights, a Cleveland suburb, a few days before coming to Reynoldsburg.

Central Ohio Crime Stoppers is offering a reward to anyone with information leading to an arrest or indictment of the woman. All tipsters remain anonymous.

Anyone with information can call 614-461-TIPS (8477) or submit a tip online at stopcrime.org. Tips also can be submitted by downloading a free application called P3 Tips onto a smartphone.

 

bburger@dispatch.com

@ByBethBurger

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