Ladies, how closely do you watch your purse?
Better yet, how closely do other people watch your purse?
One Valley woman found out the hard way.
But here's your chance to closely watch the suspect in a purse theft in this week's WAFF 48 Crimestoppers.
One second, the billfold was there.
The next, it was gone.
But this was no magic act.
It was a crime.
According to police, a woman who works for Raytheon was attending a conference at BAE Systems.
She left her purse in an empty room.
And when she went to get it, she noticed the wallet had been stolen.
It happened on Thursday March 1st at the business on Voyager Way in Huntsville .
The suspect was caught very clearly in the act at a local Target store.
According to police, this woman used a credit card from that stolen wallet and rang up thousands of dollars worth of electronics.
She even bought an 8-thousand dollar men's Rolex watch while she was stealing all over town.
So who is this woman?
That's what the victim wants to know.
That's what investigators want to know.
And that's what we want to know.
If you know, there's a number you need to know.
If you know who and where the woman is, make that anonymous call right now.
You'll be eligible for a reward of up to a thousand dollars.
Somone called that number and helped police arrest Jonatha Ann Seay.
She was wanted for auto theft.
Speaking of automobiles, Christopher Wade Hall is wanted for allegedly failing to return a rental vehicle to Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Theron Lenorris Tompkins is wanted for allegedly duct taping his ex-girlfriend to a chair and beating her.
Renna Rashelle Washington is wanted for theft of property.
And Bryan Theodore Bruegge is also wanted for theft of property.