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Milford Police Arrest Woman Following Identity Theft Investigation

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MILFORD, Del.- A 32-year-old Milford woman is behind bars following a month-long investigation into an identity theft case by the Milford Police Criminal Division.

According to police, Olga Perez-Roblero was arrested Thursday, Aug. 15 and charged with identity theft and first-degree forgery in connection with the case.

Police said the investigation revealed that Perez-Roblero had been using a female victim's identity to obtain employment at a local factory. According to police, the female victim is a resident of Florida, and just recently discovered that her identity was being used. Detectives were able to identify Perez-Roblero, along with where she was employed and where she was residing.

Perez-Roblero was arraigned and committed to WCI in default of $7,000 cash bond.

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