A image of the woman police believe is involved in a distraction scam in Hudson

Mar 5, 2016 11:23 AM

Woman suspected in Hudson distraction scam


HUDSON - Police are still investigating a February distraction scam theft at Service Credit Union on Lowell Road.

Police say a woman is suspected of pulling a solo distraction scam on Feb. 26, when she entered the bank and requested to change her money from $50 bills to $100 bills. According to police, the woman distracted the cashier with conversation, then said she actually wanted the money converted to $20 bills. Police say the woman used distraction and deception to steal a few hundred dollars.

Police say the suspect may try to repeat the scam again and advise local businesses to be on the lookout and report similar activity.

Police are still looking to identify the suspect. Anyone with information about the suspect's identity should call Officer Nathan Glowacki at 886-6011.

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