Dallas police released this photograph of a woman who claimed to be a police officer and took a man’s wallet on August 11. Authorities appealed for help to identify the woman.
Dallas police released this photograph of a woman who claimed to be a police officer and took a man’s wallet on August 11. Authorities appealed for help to identify the woman. Dallas police Courtesy
Dallas police released this photograph of a woman who claimed to be a police officer and took a man’s wallet on August 11. Authorities appealed for help to identify the woman. Dallas police Courtesy

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