The suspect appears to be about 5'3" and weigh 125 pounds.
In one incident, a 68-year-old North Aurora woman was robbed in a grocery store May 13. The thief distracted the woman by asking her to reach for something on a shelf. Less than an hour later, the victim discovered her checkbook missing and a check cashed.
Later the same day, another woman's wallet was stolen and a check cashed at a bank in the 6600-block of Route 34, where the surveillance photo was taken.
On June 23, a 79-year-old woman noticed her checkbook missing after shopping at a home improvement store in Oswego. The suspect cashed two checks later the same day.
The total loss in the three incidents is about $3,500. In each case, the suspect used a stolen I.D. to retrieve money.
Anyone with information on the identity of the woman is asked to call Aurora Police at 630-801-6655, Oswego Police at (630) 551-7349; or Aurora Area Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000.