An Oxford woman is facing charges connected to an auto burglary in the parking lot of a clothing store earlier this month.
Oxford police arrested Carolyn Ivy, 49, at her home Monday.
She is accused of breaking into a car at New York Fashion on University Avenue on February 3rd.
Investigators say she then cashed the victim's money order at a local bank on February 5th.
Ivy is charged with auto burglary and false pretense and is free on a $2,500 bond.
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