Cops: Woman Stole $10,000 From Bank With Fake ID

New Jersey State Police say the surveillance stills from the bank robbery are "Ansel Adams quality."


New Jersey State Police are looking for a woman who they say used a fake ID to steal $10,000 from a bank in South Jersey.

Police say the woman in the above photos used a fake ID of a woman who had an account at the PNC Bank in Marmora, N.J., just across from Ocean City. She withdrew $10,000 of the victim’s money.

The fraudulent transaction took place on August 25th a little after noon, police say. Anyone with information is asked to call the NJSP Woodbine Barracks at (609) 861-5698.

The cops were very happy with the quality of the surveillance footage. “Sometimes our pictures are grainy or partially obscured,” the New Jersey State Police wrote on Facebook. “These are Ansel Adams quality.”

[NJSP via 6 ABC]