DUNWOODY, Ga. — A Dunwoody woman contacted police Sept. 27 after she noticed fraudulent activity linked to her old home address.

The previous day, the woman saw that a credit card had been opened in her name with her old address listed. Several online purchases had been made with the fraudulent account. The online companies could not provide the address the items had been shipped to. The woman said she had recently moved, and someone had likely taken her mail from her old address to open the fraudulent account.

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