An Oregon woman wanted by the Casper Police Crimestoppers Unit, has been arrested for using another person's debit card.

Forty-nine year old Nancy McNatt has pleaded not guilty to one misdemeanor charge of theft.

Investigators with the Casper Police Department say earlier this month, the victim realized she had left her wallet on the front bumper of her vehicle and when she went back to find it, it was gone.

She then contacted her bank who informed her that a number of purchases and cash withdrawals had been made on her debit card, that later totaled more than $600.

The victim had written down her personal identification number on the back of her debit card.

Police were able to obtain surveillance camera footage from where the transactions took place, but couldn't identify McNatt at the time, or locate her.

After putting the case out on CrimeStoppers, a number of tips came in, and McNatt was eventually found at an RV park.

When interviewed, she admitted to finding the wallet and used the debit card.

McNatt is awaiting trial and could face up to six months in jail if convicted.