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Recently the Connecticut State Police asked the public for help to identify this woman. The call went out on Tuesday, March 12th in a Connecticut State Police Facebook post. The presser says this person of interest entered the Litchfield Bancorp on March 5th around 2:00pm and attempted a fraudulent transaction.

The woman was allegedly in possession of a victim's personal information, their name and a bogus U.S. passport.

Witnesses describe the woman as:

  • Mid 30's
  • Standing between 5' and 5'06"
  • Having a Slender Build
  • Short Hair
  • Purple Nails
  • Wearing a Brown Hat
  • Having a Neon Green Tattoo on Her Neck
CT State Police
CT State Police

The release states: "The female arrived at the bank on foot and departed on foot. The female suspect was not observed entering or exiting a vehicle."

Litchfield Bancorp is located at 294 West St, Litchfield CT and anyone with information is encouraged to call Troop L at (860)626-7900.

I'll tell you this much, the cameras in these places get better everyday. We are moving towards a 4K future for everything and for me that means I need to stop singing in the car. For others, that means they should stop allegedly robbing banks or stealing ID's.

I cannot speak to this woman's guilt or innocence but if facial expressions were proof of criminal activity, she'd be super guilty. That is the face I have when I sneak down to the kitchen to eat salami at 11:30 pm without my wife knowing.

CT State Police
CT State Police

That is the face I make when I take the last beer in the cooler. This is the face everyone makes before a painful poop or right after you trip on a rake. I call it the mug of concern.

CT State Police
CT State Police

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