Taylor Alyssa Musolf Wanted by Bainbridge Island Police
Bainbridge Island Police are asking for the public’s help to find Taylor Alyssa Musolf who is from the Tacoma area. She is wanted for alleged mail theft and identity theft.
Police are asking for the public’s help to find this accused mail thief.
As we head into the holidays, please do not leave mail in your mailbox overnight. If you are expecting checks, credit cards, or other negotiable items, ask a trusted friend or neighbor to pick up your mail.
If you see a mail thief in action, call 911 and then report it at https://www.uspis.gov/tips-prevention/mail-theft/.
Detectives are investigating Musolf for six different cases involving mail and identity theft.
In one case, detectives say she allegedly used a man’s debit card stolen out of the mail in Bainbridge Island to make $3,800 dollars in charges.
Court documents say Musolf bragged about how she spent more than $100 at Cheesecake Factory and took out cash to purchase a new iPhone. Detectives say she even used the victim’s stolen card to put more than $100 each on the jail commissary accounts of Michael Chavez and Jonathan Toney, with a message for one that said, ‘LILBITCALLMEWHENUGETIT’ and ‘ILOVEYOUBABY’.
She’s 5 feet tall and weighs between 110 and 130 pounds.
Police say Musolf has the technical skills to use information gleaned from stolen mail to then access people’s bank accounts and even create checks to wipe them out. Detectives say she doesn’t’ care who she harms. “She’s defrauded people who are self-employed, people that are on social security, fixed incomes,” said Bainbridge Island Police Det. Erik Peffer.
Kitsap County prosecutors have charged Musolf with two counts of Identity Theft in the 2nd Degree and issued a warrant for her arrest.
She has two felony convictions for forgery in 2016 and 2017.
Keep an eye out in Tacoma, Gig Harbor and DuPont.
Detectives don’t know if Musolf has left the state, or is just lying low in Pierce County.
If you know her whereabouts.
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Call us at 1-800-9-CAUGHT (1-800-922-8448) or
Text us at 408-355-0999
For an immediate sighting, please dial 9-1-1
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