MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Police Department (MPD) is asking for help in finding a woman pictured using a stolen car and stolen credit cards, according to a post shared on social media Friday morning.
"Okay Facebook Detectives, lets see how you do on this case," the agency prompted.
The woman is believed to be driving a stolen black 2001 Mercedes ML3, swiped from the long-term parking area at the Medford Airport.
That Mercedes was one of several cars broken into over the same period of time — on or around New Years Eve. Credit cards from the other break-ins were used in both Grants Pass and Portland.
"The stolen car remains outstanding," MPD said. "Any tips would be appreciated. Case 19-54."
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