Tax Fraud Evidence Found In 6-Year-Old's Backpack at Symmes Elementary
Authorities say the girl had a bag of gift cards similar to those found in tax fraud situations.
OUTSIDE TAMPA, FL -- When a 6-year-old girl at Symmes Elementary School in Riverview was asked to take her homework out of her backpack, she removed a bag that contained 52 debit cards, according to a report on TBO.com.
According to the article, the cards are the kind sometimes used by those who use stolen identities to file tax returns and obtain fraudulent tax refunds.
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