Gonzales woman wanted for cashing forged, stolen check
GONZALES - Sheriff's deputies in Ascension Parish asked for the public's help on Thursday in locating a Gonzales woman accused of cashing a stolen check at a local grocery store late in November.
Investigators said they began to investigation a forgery complaint after a woman, later identified as 29-year-old Dinea Himel, tried to cash a forged, stolen check at a Gonzales grocery store. While her first attempt at cashing the bad check was unsuccessful, Himel was able to later successfully cash a check in the amount of $555 at a different grocery store in the same area, according to detectives.
Himel is wanted by the Ascension Parish Sheriff's Office on charges of theft and forgery.
Anyone with information on where the woman may be located is urged to contact authorities at (225) 621-4636. To submit an anonymous tip concerning the crime via text, send your message from any cellular device to 847411.
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