CERES (CBS13) – Authorities in Ceres are looking for a woman suspected of identity and car theft.

Ceres police say the woman walked into the Bank of America along Mitchell Road back on July 25 to try and cash a check using someone else’s identification. She was caught clearly on surveillance cameras and investigators have since released the footage.

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The suspect captured on surveillance cams walking into a Ceres Bank of America branch. (Credit: Ceres Police Department)

However, not only did she try and cash the fraudulent check that day, police say she also stole an unsuspecting customer’s keys from a bank counter.

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The woman then took off in the stolen car. It was soon found abandoned in Turlock, but a credit card apparently left in the car was later used at a Turlock Target store and gas station in Manteca.

Surveillance cams captured the suspect’s distinctive tattoos clearly. (Credit: Ceres Police Department)

Investigators hope the surveillance photos that clearly captured the woman’s distinctive tattoos help identify the woman.

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Anyone who recognizes her or knows where she might be is asked to contact detectives at (209) 538-5730.