Police looking for woman using stolen ID to cash fraudulent check

Henry County Police are searching for a woman that put on a wig and tried to cash a fraudulent check with a stolen ID, according to police.

Authorities say that ID was stolen from a car parked at a church.

It started back in mid-May when a woman at Salem Baptist Church discovered a man breaking into a car in the parking lot. 

"It's ok," he said," I just locked my keys in the car."  The trouble with that story is police say it was her car.

Now the fraud has started. Police say a woman was captured on bank surveillance cameras attempting to cash a fraudulent check at a Bank of America in McDonough. 

According to police, the man in the church parking lot had stolen the woman's wallet from her SUV. That man was described as a black male 6 feet 3 inches tall and wring about 350 pounds.

Police believe they can arrest him too if the public can help them first identify the woman at the bank. Police warn not to leave your valuables in your car, not even at a place you feel safe such as a church.