DUNWOODY, Ga. — A woman told authorities Aug. 9 that she received a bill from Verizon for $451 mailed to her residence on Redfield Drive for an account she had not opened. The victim did not have a Verizon account and told police that someone had used her identity to open a new account at a Verizon store location. The person signed a two-year installment agreement for three iPhone devices. She received a previous notice that her identity had been compromised a few months earlier. The installment plan was not approved because of an issue confirming the proper identity. All paperwork concerning the identity theft was placed into police files for evidence.

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