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Cross Co. Sheriff searching for woman in connection to break-ins

Melissa Moore (Source: Cross County Sheriff's Office) Melissa Moore (Source: Cross County Sheriff's Office)
CROSS COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

The Cross County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help tonight in finding a woman believed to have been involved in several break-ins last month.

According to Detective David Hallmark, Melissa Moore is believed to have broken into several vehicles on Highway 284 East.

Hallmark said Moore stole several things, including a wallet that she used at a local gas station and Walmart.

Police say she is a natural blond, but may have changed her hair color to brown.

She is wanted for breaking or entering, theft of property, criminal trespassing and fraudulent use of a credit card.

If you know where Moore is, you're urged to contact the sheriff's office at 870-318-5797.

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