88-year-old Springfield man alleges woman stole wallet after sex act

An 88-year-old Springfield man alleges a woman stole his wallet after a sex act. Staff photo
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An 88-year-old Springfield man alleges a woman stole his wallet after a sex act. Staff photo

An 88-year-old Springfield man accused a woman of stealing his wallet after she performed a sex act on him Wednesday, according to a police report.

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The man flagged down Springfield Police Division officers about 4 p.m. Wednesday in the 600 block of West Main Street to report a theft, the report says.

“Officers spoke with (the victim) who stated that a one-eyed woman stole his wallet,” the report says.

The man told police he picked up a woman in the area of South Light and Court streets for oral sex about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, according to a police report. Afterward the man dropped off the woman in the area of West Main and Light streets, then later discovered his wallet was missing, he told police.

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The man called his bank, which told him several transactions had been made at local stores during a two-hour period that the man never made, including at a drive-through and a grocery store.

A witness told police she saw the woman get out of the man’s car and later saw her going through a wallet.

No arrests were made due to a lack of probable cause, the report says.

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