Bismarck Police suspect 1 woman of filling fraudulent prescriptions at 4 pharmacies

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BISMARCK, N.D. - There's a person of interest filling fraudulent prescriptions at several Bismarck pharmacies, according to law enforcement.

Bismarck Police say the woman is described as in her 20s, long black hair, medium complexion and a small build. She stopped at four pharmacies last weekend.

They say the suspect asked for Amoxicillin and Promethazine at the first location. Several days later the pharmacy received a letter from the State Board of Pharmacy saying the prescription was a fake doctor's signature.

Police say she asked for Promethazine at other locations. Authorities say she left one pharmacy without the prescription because they said they needed to do some checking first.

Police suspect the same woman attempted to purchase the fraudulent prescriptions at all four locations.

Photos of the suspect are attached. If you have any information contact the Bismarck Police Department at 223-1212.