Woman wanted after breaking into cars at Fort Worth country club

Fort Worth police have some pretty clear images of a woman accused of breaking into cars at a country club to steal cash and credit cards.

Detectives have pictures of the suspect as she left a Target where they say she racked up charges on a stolen card.

Fort Worth police say the break-ins happened in mid-July during some extremely hot days at the Ridglea Country Club. Some people left their car windows cracked a little, but it was enough for a thief to take advantage.

Police say surveillance video of the suspect show a woman wearing what appears to be a red and white striped top. Police suspect she used stolen credit cards and cash at a Target store.

Investigators say the woman charged thousands of dollars on several credit cards taken from cars parked at the county club. Police believe the woman is between 30 and 40 years old.

One victim wasn't available to talk on camera, but said someone charged several hundred dollars on his credit cards and attempted a $5,000 charge but were unsuccessful.

“This person actually was going through purses and actually located some credit cards and cash,” said Fort Worth Police Officer Jimmy Pollozani. “This individual racked up about $7,000 of credit card debts to the victims at various store outlets here in Fort Worth."

Police say there may be other people involved, but right now they think woman in the video is the only suspect.

Anyone who recognizes the person is asked to call police.