Woman Sought in Alleged Douglassville Incidents

DOUGLASSVILLE PA – The identity of a woman (at top) who reportedly has twice used an allegedly stolen electronic benefits transfer card to buy groceries from the Redner’s Market, 1179 Benjamin Franklin Hwy., is being sought by Pennsylvania State Police from the Troop L Barracks in Reading, according to the non-profit Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers organization.

Crime Stoppers last week (Thursday, Dec. 23) said troopers are asking for public help to put a name and other information with the woman’s images. The organization is offering a cash reward to eligible persons whose tips provide information that leads to an arrest, solving a crime or cold case, or helps locate wanted, fugitive, or missing persons.

Labeled in the report as a “suspect” in Redner’s grocery purchases made Oct. 4 (Monday) and Nov. 4 (Thursday), the woman is believed to be a resident of Berks or Schuylkill counties, Crime Stoppers stated.

Anyone with information about the woman or her whereabouts is asked to anonymously contact Crime Stoppers by calling toll-free to 1-800-472-8477, or by submitting information online at its webpage, here.

Photos provided by Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers