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Person of Interested Wanted In Ardmore Purse Theft

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Ardmore police are looking for a suspect in a purse theft that happened at Walmart. Now they say, they have a person of interest.

According to Detective Matt Dunn with the Ardmore Police Department a woman named Kristie Ann Corbett is a person of interested in the theft that happened on February 24, 2014. Detective Dunn says a black  Coach Purse was taken from a shopping cart in Ardmore's Walmart.  The purse contained approximately $845 dollars and several heirlooms that the victim is unable to replace. 

Kristie Ann Corbett is described as a white woman, 41 years old, 5'3", 135 pounds.  If you have any information you're asked to call Ardmore Police at 580-223-1212