WILLINGTON Connecticut State Police arrested a Pennsylvania woman on identity theft charges after they stopped a 2016 BMW they said may have been purchased fraudulently.
When they stopped the BMW X6 M series, valued at $125,000, they found counterfeit credit cards and numerous fake IDs from Connecticut, Rhode Island and Florida, according to police. Her passengerhad noidentification.
On paper, the car waspurchased in New Jersey a week earlier by someone who lived in Virginia,Scannable Fake IDs, but police believe that person identity may have been stolen to finance the luxury car.
Police reported finding a slew of credit cards, bills and drivers licenses from several states in her possession. (WTIC)
Neither the driver nor the passenger could explain how they ended up in the vehicle or where the registered owner was.