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Female fraudster Woman is charged with identity theft.

Pennsylvania police investigators said a former credit union employee allegedly used the identity of a couple’s one-year-old son to steal more than $14,000, and allegedly used the wife’s ID to get a fake auto loan, siphoning funds from the couple’s credit union accounts to make some of the monthly car payments.

Elizabeth Oliver, 36, who worked at the $57.1 million Lancaster Red Rose Credit Union in Lancaster, Penn., was charged with multiple counts of theft, fraud, ID theft and tampering with records on June 3, according to Lancaster police.

Peter Strozniak

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