SOUTHLAKE, Texas - Police in Southlake are having fun on social media as they search for a woman wanted for identity theft.
Their tweet says, “Dearest Crystal Ladawn Finley, what’s been up?! We've obvi been looking all over for you!”
Police said Finley opened up several credit card accounts under someone else’s name. She was captured on surveillance video at stores like Victoria Secret, Ashley Furniture, Best Buy and Home Depot.
They encouraged her to reach out to detectives who will totes fill her in, tweeting, “Gurl, call me!”
They said she has been riding in a red Jeep Compass with the Texas license plate KGB8529.
Grand Prairie and Carrollton police are also looking for her.
Dearest Crystal Ladawn Finley,— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
What’s been up?! We’ve obvi been looking all over for you! (1/7) pic.twitter.com/uEFxu21veD
You’ve been laying low since we last saw you, which was using an innocent Southlake victim’s identity to open up credit cards in person at a ton of stores in the metroplex. Luckily, the loss prevention guys prevented you from getting too much property, amiright?! (2/7) pic.twitter.com/pF7fGK5L5y— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
You opened up those accounts at Z Gallerie, Victoria’s Secret, At Home, Ashley Furniture, Best Buy, Home Depot, and Jared (the galleria of jewelry, nonetheless). (3/7) pic.twitter.com/TPXeZ9d4FK— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
Each one of those store’s security cameras caught you with your red tattooed lips on the right side of your neck and you driving your friend’s red Jeep with the Texas license plate KGB8529. (4/7) pic.twitter.com/As61QwslQC— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
And, OMG, we heard you were in an accident in Dallas and hope you’re ok (even though you provided a fake ID to the other involved party). (5/7)— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
We also know you allegedly committed all the crimes while what a witness described as “extremely pregnant.” SO! Here’s the scoop. (6/7)— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
We have the warrant and we are letting all of our besties know what you’ve been up to. You’re welcome to reach out to Detective Ellis who is working this case at email@example.com and he will totes fill you in!— Southlake DPS (@SouthlakeDPS) April 24, 2018
Gurl, CALL ME.
Love, Southlake Police (7/7) pic.twitter.com/QQvnPrYbN7