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The pair would wait for shoppers to leave their purse unattended, then pick it up and leave the store, according to police. The suspects quickly used the victim’s credit cards to purchase gift cards before the credit cards could be cancelled.
Through detective work and a couple leads Clarksville Police were able to track down 19-year-old Katrina Rauch. During the execution of a search warrant officials found stolen property and cash inside her apartment.
Police estimate Rauch and her partner had nine victims and an estimated $5,500 stolen from them.
Rauch was charged with three counts of stolen property and possession of stolen property. Her juvenile counterpart was charged with theft.
Friday, March 8 2013, 07:38 PM CST
Body found in Percy Priest Lake
May 25, 2013 20:14 GMT
SMYRNA, Tenn. (AP) -- Authorities say a body has been found in Percy Priest Lake in Middle Tennessee.
WSMV-TV (http://bit.ly/16gYKys) reports officials with Metro Police, the Office of Emergency Management and Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency were at the scene Saturday at Hole In The Wall Island. The body was reported to authorities about 11 a.m.
TWRA officials say they believe the deceased man is a boater who disappeared in the lake two weeks ago.
Police said the agencies coordinated with each other to get a boat in the water and recover the body.
Information from: WSMV-TV, http://www.wsmv.com/
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