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Kintnersville Woman Victim of Identity Theft, Police Say

Identity Theft

State police said Tuesday that a Kintnersville woman’s personal information was stolen in what they are investigating as a case of identity theft.

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State police said Tuesday that a Kintnersville woman’s personal information was stolen in what they are investigating as a case of identity theft.

In a news release, troopers from the Dublin barracks said the 53-year-old Nockamixon Township resident reported that via the website HotPads.com, she was “contacted by someone fraudulently identifying themselves as a property manager” in early April.

The woman then shared personal information in a rental application she submitted, according to police.

The investigation into the incident is ongoing, police said.

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