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Credit cards, license stolen from restaurant worker

A woman from Farmington Hills working at a restaurant on the 100 block of Pierce Street in Birmingham had her license, two credit cards and a cashed check stolen from her purse around 2 2 p.m. Saturday, July 8, by three females.


The victim told police that the three women, who she told police she believes are between 25 to 35 years old, were sitting next to the coat rack where she kept her purse. They allegedly stole the items from her purse as they left the restaurant.


Soon after the women left, the victim said she got three notifications for $916, $913 and $34 purchases from Meijer and OnStar – transactions she said she didn’t make. According to police, all three transactions were denied, and an investigation is ongoing.

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