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Police: Women used fake ID to open credit card, steal jewelry in Danbury

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Police: Women used fake ID to open credit card, steal jewelry in Danbury Police: Women used fake ID to open credit card, steal jewelry in Danbury
DANBURY -

Connecticut State Police, along with New Jersey State Police, are working together to track down suspects in an ID theft investigation.

According to police, two women used a fake New Jersey ID to open a credit card.

Police say they then bought jewelry at a Zales store in a mall in Wallkill, New York and at the Macy's in the Danbury Fair Mall.

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