The teller looked up the account number for her, withdrew the $8,300, made out the check and handed it to the woman with no further inquiries into her identity, the report says.
The manager of the Ladera branch declined to comment except to say that Chase officials were working on the case with sheriff's investigators.
The bank reimbursed the New York resident for the full amount of the check, the report says.
The New York resident apparently lived in Florida in 2004, and claims that the suspect used her Florida identity information to reproduce a driver's license, the report says.
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