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Albany woman indicted for getting gas pumpers to help in theft

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

An Albany woman has been indicted on 32 counts of financial transaction card theft and forgery. She is accused of convincing people at the gas pump to help her steal from her employer, an Albany landscaping company.

Prosecutors said from April 2014 through June, Dawn Exum approached customers at Homerun Foods store gas pumps, letting them use her employer's credit card to buy gas if they would give her cash.

Prosecutors say they have evidence that at least 26 people gave her cash.

"One could subject themselves to prosecution for engaging in this type of conduct," said Dougherty County District Attorney Greg Edwards. "So if someone is trying to sell you gas at somebody else's gas pump, you should use caution and you should not do it."

The D.A. says right now he does not plan to charge anyone else in the case.

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