MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) – Police in Mountain View are seeking information to help locate an identity theft suspect who stole nearly $2,000 from a Southern California woman’s bank account earlier this year.

Authorities said the victim, who is from Riverside County, said she noticed a large sum of money was withdrawn from her bank account from the U.S. Bank on San Antonio Road around 1:30 p.m. on June 6. During the withdrawal, police said the suspect allegedly used the victim’s personal identifying information.

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Mountain View police said in a statement that “we have exhausted every investigative avenue” but have yet to identify the suspect after more than four months of searching.

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Police have released bank surveillance photos of the woman, who was wearing a mask at the time.

Surveillance photos of woman suspected of stealing nearly $2,000 from a woman's bank account at the US Bank Branch on San Antonio Road in Mountain View, June 6, 2020. (Mountain View Police Department)

Surveillance photos of woman suspected of stealing nearly $2,000 from a woman’s bank account at the US Bank Branch on San Antonio Road in Mountain View, June 6, 2020. (Mountain View Police Department)

“Unfortunately, we do not have a detailed description of the suspect. But, we’re hopeful that these photos will lead to someone recognizing her,” police said.

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Anyone with information about the case is asked to contact Detective Jacob Cesena at Jacob.cesena@mountainview.gov, referring to case number 20-3478.