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Felony Lane Gang Task force releases new images of two people they need help identifying

JOHNSON COUNTY, Kan. -- The Felony Lane Gang Task force released two new images Wednesday of two people they say they would like to identify.

Leawood police tell FOX 4 they believe two women shown in the photos are no longer in the metro area.

Investigators believe they may have fled to their home turf, but detectives hope by posting new photos on the task force page, someone will be able to identify who they are.

Police say the photos are from a bank in Kansas City North. They show the suspects cashing a check stolen from a victim in Leawood. Police say the women in the photos used a stolen identification from another auto burglary in Johnson County to cash the check.

When detectives tracked down this fraudulent transaction, the bank provided photos of two women police want to find.

The gang with Florida origins got its name because of the outside lane of the bank they’d often use to wipe out bank accounts. They target women and their purses, and were last spotted in Leawood and Overland Park last week.

Police said they broke out car windows at the Leawood City Park pool and the dog park at Stoll Park.  They grabbed the purses that were left inside the cars and took off with them and the credit cards inside.

The Felony Lane Gang Task Force has been tracking the gang's movement across the country, and according to their Facebook page, they prey on moms, especially those in affluent areas.

The task force released photos on Wednesday, June 21 of the suspects after they used one of the victim's credit cards at a local Walmart.

Image courtesy of the Felony Lane Gang Task Force via Facebook

Image courtesy of the Felony Lane Gang Task Force via Facebook

Since the gang is constantly on the move, police say they are tough to catch.

If you recognize anyone pictured in any of the photos, you're asked to contact Det. Marchese at (913) 663-9314.

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