Message should have been: Lock up your stuff

Since she was asleep at 2:10 a.m. when her cell phone sent a message that her debit card had just been used, the woman awoke and went to her car, which she left unlocked in the driveway and her purse on the front seat in the 6400 block of Riverbend Drive.

The car was still there, but not the purse or the $57.98 charged at the gas station, leaving her card balance at zero.

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