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Woman says wallet stolen at food bank
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A Covington police officer responded to a call about stolen property. The officer spoke with Audra Gude who told the officer that her wallet was stolen while she was at the Community Food Bank.

She stated that at 9 a.m., she had her wallet and at 9:45 a.m., it was missing after she reached in her purse for it.

She said that while she was at the food bank, she remembered a heavy-set, black woman with an accent walked up behind her and said, "Excuse me, ma'am." Gude said that was the only person she thought could have gotten close enough to take the wallet.

The medium size, red wallet contained her driver's license, three social security card, a Best Bank card, Child Support card, three medical insurance cards and $200.