Butler County Times Gazette
  • Police issue warning about woman who asks to enter homes, then takes items from the homes

  • The El Dorado Police Department has worked numerous cases involving a female subject who gains access to occupied homes and commits thefts after being allowed into the residence.
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  • The El Dorado Police Department has worked numerous cases involving a female subject who gains access to occupied homes and commits thefts after being allowed into the residence.
    The subject has gained permission to enter homes by asking to use the restroom or telephone. Once in the home she will enter the restroom or other rooms in the house and is suspected of stealing prescription medications, cash and jewelry. She often approaches the homes of senior citizens.
    The suspect is described as being a Caucasian female, 30 to 35 years old. She has a medium build and is 5'1" to 5'4" in height. Descriptions of her hair color and style vary, however most recent reports describe her hair as blonde and spiked.
    The El Dorado Police Department wants to caution everyone to be apprehensive of allowing strangers into their homes.
    If a stranger comes to the door with unusual requests or in any way asks to gain access inside the home, be suspicious.
    Allowing the stranger access to your home is discouraged.
    Get a description of the person or persons and any vehicle they may be driving and call the police.

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