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Nacogdoches Police seek 'Little Miss' forgery suspect

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Photo courtesy of Nacogdoches Police. Photo courtesy of Nacogdoches Police.
Photo courtesy of Nacogdoches Police. Photo courtesy of Nacogdoches Police.
NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) -

Nacogdoches Police are looking for a woman believed to have stolen mail and using personal checks and driver's licenses to shop around Nacogdoches.

Authorities believe the woman, whom they have dubbed, "Little Miss," stole the mail in Jacksonville. She then counterfeited her own checks using the victims' information to purchase items at Walmart, Staples and Lowe's in Nacogdoches.

Anyone who recognizes the woman or can provide information on her identity can leave an anonymous tip at 936-560-INFO.

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