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Woman Uses Stolen ID To Obtain Hummers In Cary, Fayetteville

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CARY, N.C. — The Cary Police Department seeks the public's help in identifying and apprehending a woman who took delivery of three Hummers using stolen identities.

"This is an identity theft situation," said Capt. David Wulff of the Cary Police Department. According to police reports, the woman "bought" two Hummer H2 sport utility vehicles from Hendrick Chevrolet in Cary on Aug. 20, 2003 and Sept. 7, 2004. Police believe the same suspect also "bought" a third Hummer on Sept. 8, 2003 from Flow Buick in Fayetteville. That vehicle was later recovered in Maryland. Wulff said victims called and said credit companies had been calling them telling them they were behind on their vehicle payments.

"They didn't even know where Cary is," Wulff said.

Two Hummers are still missing. Police think they could be anywhere.

Right now, police are just trying to track down the suspect.

"All we have is a picture," said Wulff.

Police say they do not have a name or any idea of where the suspect may be.

Cary Crime Stoppers will pay up to $2,500 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the woman. If you have information about this case, contact CrimeStoppers at


or contact the Cary Police Department at

(919) 469-4017



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