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Fraud Charges Against an Isabella County Woman Keep on Coming

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The charges against one Isabella County woman continue to pile up.

Caitlyn Lee owned Kate's Designer Consigner in Mount Pleasant.

It closed in August and since then, police say her clients haven't seen their clothes or their money.

Lee has been charged with eight counts of fraud, but since then, the list of complaints has grown past 45.

Victims say they are missing Prom Dresses, Ball Gowns, Nurses Scrubs...most any kind of clothing.

There have been a flood of complaints against Lee in the past two weeks and police expect them to continue.

If you have done business with Kate's Designer Consignor and believe you may have been duped, Mount Pleasant police want to know.

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