New York State Police are seeking your help in identifying an individual suspected of stealing a large sum of money from a bank in the Capital Region. Anyone with information is asked to contact Investigator David Walsh at State Police Troop F, Catskill at or 518-622-8600.

How did she do it? She used a fake passport.

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According to Cornell Law School, Grand Larceny is a crime defined as theft of property more than the state's statutory requirement. Grand Larceny in New York State is theft of property greater than $1000. In this case $12,200 was taken.

New York State Troopers are investigating a crime that took place on Halloween, Tuesday October 31, 2023, at Bank of Greene County at 103 Wolf Road in Colonie, NY. Do you recognize this person?

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Based on a post on the New York State Police Facebook page, the woman pictured above and below is suspected of entering Bank of Greene County on Wolf Road in Albany on Tuesday October 31st and using a fake United States Passport to access a victim's account.

Using this fraudulent passport the suspect was able to withdraw #12,200 from an account that does not belong to her. Take a look at the pictures to see if anything looks familiar.

Safe Wise reports that New York's property crime rate went up from 13.9 incidents per 1,000 people to 14.1 in 2022. Again, anyone with information is asked to contact Investigator David Walsh at State Police Catskill at or 518-622-8600.

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