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PRESCOTT -- A woman who worked for eye doctors in northern Arizona is accused of stealing credit cards from some patients.

Yavapai County Sheriff's officials say 33-year-old Natalie Olson, of Cottonwood, is being held on $28,000 bond.

She's accused of fraud schemes, trafficking in stolen property, identity theft, forgery, theft, fraudulent use of a credit card, theft of a credit card, burglary, money laundering and possession of stolen property.

Authorities say Olson worked in at least two ophthalmologist's offices in Sedona and the Village of Oak Creek.

She allegedly stole credit cards and personal information from the purses of female patients while they were undergoing their eye exams in recent months.

Authorities allege Olson used the cards at stores in the area or purchased cash debit cards. She doesn't have a lawyer.

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