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(KSL News) -- A Murray woman is being sought, accused of cashing more than 10-thousand dollars in fraudulent checks in the past three months.
According to police, Roselyn Ellis has used the bogus checks at grocery stores from Herriman to Logan.
Police believe Ellis is using the money from the forged checks to buy methamphetamine.
Ellis has an extensive criminal history and is also wanted on drug and solicitation charges.