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Florida woman accused of using stolen credit card to buy plastic surgery

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Nyaira Thomas, 20, is charged with criminal use of personal ID, forgery and grand theft over $10,000, according to the Lakeland Police Department. (Source: WFTS/CNN) Nyaira Thomas, 20, is charged with criminal use of personal ID, forgery and grand theft over $10,000, according to the Lakeland Police Department. (Source: WFTS/CNN)

LAKELAND, Fla. (WFTS/CNN) – Police in Florida are searching for a woman accused of stealing a credit card to purchase more than $11,000 worth of plastic surgery.

The Lakeland Police Department said 20-year-old Nyaira Thomas allegedly used an Illinois woman’s identity and credit card, without the victim knowing.

Thomas showed off her new look on Instagram after getting breast implants, a butt lift and lip injections in February.

Police said she used the woman’s personal information to fill out a credit application and then used a friend’s address to complete other forms at Watson Clinic.

"She wanted to get her breasts done and didn't want her mom to know," Alyssa Tucker, Thomas’ friend, told WFTS-TV.

Thomas is charged with criminal use of personal ID, forgery and grand theft over $10,000.

Friends believe she may be in Atlanta, but her whereabouts are unknown.

Anyone with information about where she is can call Crime Stoppers in Florida at 800-226-8477.

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