This woman was caught on a Chilliwack business security camera and is alleged to have made fraudulent purchases with stolen credit cards. (Photo from RCMP)

Crime Stoppers seeks female suspect in Chilliwack credit card fraud case

A woman is accused of allegedly using stolen credit cards to make several buys in early January

Chilliwack is the scene for the latest Crime Stoppers ‘Crime of the Week.’

Police are still trying to identify a woman who allegedly used stolen credit cards to make fraudulent purchases at several Chilliwack businesses. The suspect, described as Caucasian, standing five-foot-six and weighing 275 pounds with black hair, allegedly used the stolen credit cards between Jan. 4 and 7.

RCMP say the credit cards were among property previously reported stolen to the Abbotsford Police Department.

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Some of that property was recovered during a traffic stop in the 8000-block of Lickman Road in late December, and a 32-year-old man was arrested (and later released). During the followup investigation, officers made the connection to the woman.

An image of the suspect was taken from a business security camera, and RCMP believe she may be connected to a blue four-door Hyundai sedan.

Anyone with info is asked to contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or the Chilliwack RCMP at 604-792-4611. By submitting a tip to Crime Stoppers, you could be eligible for a reward of up to $2000 upon arrest and charge. You will never be asked your name or have to appear in court.

Tips can also be submitted online at or through the ‘P3 Tips’ app.

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