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Lenawee police looking for identity theft suspect in Toledo

Arionna Gretsinger (Source: Lenawee County Sheriff Department) Arionna Gretsinger (Source: Lenawee County Sheriff Department)
LENAWEE COUNTY, MI (Toledo News Now) -

A woman thought to be heading towards the Toledo area is wanted by Lenawee police for identity theft. 

Arionna Gretsinger, 23, is also wanted for stealing a Financial Transaction Device and using that device to obtain goods in Lenawee County back on July 16, 2012.

Description:

-Hair color: Brown, but police say she changes it often
-Eye color: Blue
-Height: 4'11"
-Weight: 172 pounds
-Race: White
-Gender: Female   

CrimeStoppers is asking for your help. If you have any information about this case, please call 
(517) 266-6161 or (877) 276-8477. You can also text your tip to 274637 and start your tip with "Lenawee" or can submit a tip online. You can leave your tip anonymously.  

Any tips that lead to an arrest will earn the caller a cash reward.

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