Customer’s electronics haul in Coral Springs unveils bigger fraud, police say

A 28-year-old woman who persistently used a fraudulent credit card that kept getting declined to buy electronics raised red flags at a Coral Springs store, authorities said.

It led to Niyha Eutsey’s arrest on even bigger fraud, police say: about 50 fraudulent cash advances totaling more than $30,000.

Eutsey, of Miami, made her latest counterfeit purchase at Target at 4400 State Road 7 on Monday, carting away gaming consoles and a game, an iPad and a 55-inch television, according to a police report. The total value of the items was not disclosed.

During the transaction, a store employee recognized Eutsey as a prior customer who had bought items using multiple credit cards that were declined, police said.

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