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Goose Creek Police seek woman wanted for identity theft

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Crawford is 5'4" and 165 pounds.  Her last known address was in Moncks Corner. Crawford is 5'4" and 165 pounds. Her last known address was in Moncks Corner.
Crawford is 5'4" and 165 pounds.  Her last known address was in Moncks Corner. Crawford is 5'4" and 165 pounds. Her last known address was in Moncks Corner.
GOOSE CREEK, SC -

The Goose Creek Police Department is searching for Teresa Dean Crawford.

Crawford (AKA - Deana Crawford) is wanted for Obtaining Money by False Pretenses and Identity Theft.  Crawford is 5'4" and 165 pounds.  Her last known address was in Moncks Corner.

Crawford has a tattoo on her right neck "DAVID", and a tattoo on her right upper arm "RIP" in script. 

Teresa Dean Crawford is known to use other subjects' identifications.

If you know the location of this suspect, please contact the Goose Creek Police Department at 843-863-5200, or Crime Stoppers at 843-554-1111.

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