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Woman's Sun Card stolen

ASU Police reported the following incident Wednesday:

A 19-year-old woman reported to police on Monday that her ASU Sun Card had been stolen, according to a police report.

The woman told officers she noticed her card was missing from her wallet and charges that she didn't know about were made to the card at the P.O.D Market, police reported.

The woman said she bought a replacement card, which was declined after she tried to use it for a $25 purchase, according to the report.

She also told police she believed her 18-year-old roommate switched the old card out with the new one, according to the report.

Police questioned the roommate, who told officers she knew who took the card, but she didn’t want to reveal the person’s identity, police reported.

The roommate later said her friend took the card by mistake and returned it, according to the report.

The roommate told police she made the switch because “she wasn’t thinking,” police reported.

Officers advised the woman to pay back the total amount of $72.21, police reported.

Report compiled by Amy Edelen.

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