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October 23, 1954


Federal Bureau of Investigation
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212 W. Monroe St. Chicago 6.

JAMA. 1954;156(8):788. doi:10.1001/jama.1954.02950080036019

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To the Editor:—  Kathleen M. Nagler, alias Kay Herman, Mrs. J. J. Whitmore, Kathleen M. Moran, and Kathleen M. Tomkin, is wanted by the FBI, after being indicted by a federal grand jury at Richmond, Va., on April 5, 1954, for violation of the Interstate Transportation of Stolen Property Statute. She allegedly conspired and participated with a male confederate in a swindle of an individual that resulted in more than $200,000 in stolen cash and jewelry being transported from the state of Virginia to the state of New York in March, 1954. The accomplice subsequently surrendered, but Kathleen Nagler is still at large. An American white female, this fugitive was born on Nov. 5, 1915, at Lolita, Calif. Of slender build, she is 5 ft. 6 in. tall, weighs 125 lb., and has a medium complexion. She has brown eyes and naturally dark brown hair, which may be dyed or

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