Take a look at these surveillance stills and let police know if you recognize this woman. Police say she's a suspect in a forgery case that cost the victim a hefty chunk of change.

Temple Forgery Suspect

According to Temple Police Department spokesman Chris Christoff, detectives believe she used fraudulent checks to retrieve money at two different places on Tuesday, August 17, one of which was a Texell Credit Union location in Temple. She reportedly got away with approximately $5,000. Yikes.

Detectives were alerted to the check forgery on Monday, September 30 by a local credit union. A customer reported that two fake checks had been used to drain money from from their account.

If you recognize this woman or have any information that could help police bring her in for a chat, give the Temple Police Department a call at (254) 298-5500. Information can also be submitted to Bell County Crime Stoppers at (254) 526-TIPS (8477) or BellCountyCrimeStoppers.com. You can also send info via the free P3Tips app.

Information given to Bell County Crime Stoppers that leads to an arrest could net a cash reward of up to $1,000.

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