Kennewick police seek to identify woman accused of stealing phone, wallet

KENNEWICK, Wash. — Do you have information about the woman pictured above? She is linked to a crime that Kennewick police investigators could use some help with.

According to a social media post from the Kennewick Police Department, the woman who is seen in the pictures above took someone else’s wallet and phone.

These images, taken by a surveillance camera inside a Tri-Cities business, show the woman wearing a red button-down shirt, black pants and black shoes. She has brown hair, which she wore in a bun at the time these images were taken.

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No further details on her identity or any other identifiable traits have been made public. That’s why Kennewick investigators are turning to their community for assistance.

If you know this woman or have any information that might help KPD officials find her, you’re urged to contact them immediately. You can do so by calling the Kennewick Police Department’s non-emergency line at (509) 628-0333. Don’t forget to cite Case No. 22-072259 when contacting the authorities.

Would you rather submit a tip anonymously online? You can do so by visiting https://kpdtips.com/, but don’t forget to include that Case Number.

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