Police Seek Suspect in Stop & Shop Larceny, Counterfeit Traveler's Checks Incident

Police are looking for a woman who they believe was involved in an attempted larceny incident and tried to pay with counterfeit traveler's checks at a Stop & Shop in Waterford Tuesday night.

Police said that people involved in the 10:15 p.m. incident have made similar attempts in Groton.

The Waterford Police Department is working to identify a woman in surveillance footage who they believe is involved.

She got into a gray Infinity SUV as a passenger after leaving the store, police said. The car has New York registration plates with GMS-2613. Police are also looking for the owner of the car, but said it is not likely the same person as the woman in the surveillance photos.

Police are looking to identify the woman in the photo.

Waterford police ask anyone with information on the suspect or the vehicle to contact the department at 860-442-9451 or to e-mail Officer Tidd at Otidd@waterfordpolice.org and reference case number 2014-01547.

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