Mar 20, 2016 10:28 AM

Hudson police seek 2 women accused of identity theft, taking 5K from St. Mary's Bank branches

HUDSON - Police are hoping to locate and identify two women driving a white SUV who made multiple bank transactions at three different branches of St. Mary's Bank last week.

The duo went through the drive-through at the St. Mary's Bank in Hudson and later the same day went through drive-throughs on Elm Street and McGregor Street in Manchester, police said.

When the women tried to conduct another transaction, the clerk became suspicious. The two women then fled.

Police say the transactions involved both forgery and identify theft and that the loss to the bank is more than $5,000.

Police Sgt. Michael Gosselin said the detectives are aware that this case is similar to several reported cases involving a national group known as the Felony Lane Gang. A link to these prior cases has not been ruled out, he said, and the case remains under investigation.

Anyone who recognizes the women is asked to contact Officer Ron Cloutier at 886-6011 or via email

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