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Investigators: Family suspects identity fraud after $12,000 grocery bill

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Her name is Diane Luke, but she insists she's not the Diane Luke creditors are looking for.

"Something is funny. They must have the wrong Diane. I would never in my life do something like this," said Luke.

The something Luke is talking about is a $12,000 credit card bill.

Luke says she received it late last year from a bank in Ohio.

"I don't have this card they say I have. And I don't live in Ohio," said the Marana resident.

After getting the debt letter Luke says she called the bank and found out someone with her name spent $12,000 dollars on groceries and trips to Walmart.

"$12,000 are you kidding me. When I spend money I will wear it or eat. And I am big yes, but I know I didn't eat no $12,000 worth of groceries," said Luke.

News 4 Tucson Investigators called the bank. A spokesperson told us that while they can't talk specifics about Luke's account, they have contacted her about opening up a fraud investigation.

Luke say's she knows the bank will find out she's not the person racking up these bills.

"I would never do something like this in my life," said Luke.

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