Vernon RCMP want help identifying this woman

Vernon RCMP captured still pictures from a Bank of Montreal surveillance video of a person of interest, Oct. 5, 2014. Anyone who has information about the identity of this person is asked to call the detachment.
Image Credit: Contributed/RCMP

VERNON - Police hope sharing images from an ATM surveillance video will prompt potential witnesses to help them find a person of interest.

The video was shot at Bank of Montreal at 2806-32 St. Oct. 5, 2014 when the alleged theft occurred. The owner of the card told RCMP they forgot their card at the ATM after making a cash withdrawal. When they went back to get it, the card was gone. They went into the bank to speak with a teller and found out more cash was taken from their account. 

The owner of the card shared information with police and on Dec. 8, 2014, Mounties were granted a production order allowing them access to the bank's surveillance video. They were able to grab still shots of a person of interest and would like public assistance to help them identify the woman in the pictures.

At this time, police are only interested in speaking with this individual.

If anyone can identify the woman in the photos you are asked to call the Vernon RCMP or call Crime Stoppers at 1-800 222 8477.

Image Credit: Contributed/RCMP

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