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FBI agents flashing a badgePittsburgh, Pennsylvania–  Pittsburgh-area police and the FBI are looking for a woman who’s been flashing a badge and claiming to be either a federal agent or police investigator and trying to con people out of money by claiming it’s suspected bank robbery loot.

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Ross Township police say the sharp-dressed black woman has been approaching people in shopping center parking lots in various suburbs since at least Friday. She’s targeted mostly older women asked to see their purses or wallets claiming their money might be counterfeit or otherwise illegally linked to a recent bank heist.
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Officials say the woman has encountered at least five people, but has only gotten money from one of them: an elderly man in Oho Township who drove to his home and turned over a couple hundred dollars.


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