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Victim Says Girl He Met Online Stole His Car

Vehicle later used in Cobb County shoplifting incident according to police.

A Bethlehem man's date failed to work out as well as he perhaps may have hoped after the woman, who he met online, allegedly stole his car.

The man told Gwinnett County police that he picked his date up from a Lawrenceville apartment complex on June 1 and then he and the suspect went back to the victim's residence to spend the night.

The following day, while the victim was getting ready to go to the mall, the suspect left with his Cadillac El Dorado and keys.

The victim said he spoke with the suspect several times by phone and she promised to return the car. When she did not, the victim went to the to report the theft.

Later that evening, Cobb County police contacted the officer who took the stolen vehicle report to advise the victim's vehicle had been used in a shoplifting incident in Cobb County. The suspect fled the scene in the vehicle and it was not recovered, police said.

The suspect is described as a 20-year-old female, 5-foot-4 inches tall and weighing approximately 135 pounds. She has a medium brown complexion with brown and black hair in a bun. The victim told police she had a large birth mark on her left thigh and green finger nails.

The case remains under investigation.

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Santa John Dreggors June 12, 2012 at 03:39 PM
I can usually find reviews for most things available on the Internet. I guess that was not the case here. Unfortunately this entire story makes sense.

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