Coquille Police searching for wanted CB woman

Coquille Police searching for wanted CB woman
COQUILLE, Ore.-- Coquille Police say they are searching for a woman who returned to a life of crime just moments after she was released from the Coos County Jail last Wednesday.

Coquille Police say a man who left his keys in the ignition of his car called police around 11 a.m. on Wednesday saying someone had stolen his car while he was inside a local business.

According to police, a video camera from a bank close to the car's location at the time of the theft captured a woman getting in the car and driving off.

After a search of the area turned out to be unsuccessful, police say they took the images to the Coos County Jail where it was determined that the woman who took the car had been released from the county jail earlier that morning.

Police say she is identified at Kristy Ann Devlin, 30, of Coos Bay. Authorities say the contacted Devlin's family to ask her to turn herself in and give the location of the car, but she refused.

The car was later found in Charleston.

Police say they also have Devlin on video stealing a purse out of another car that same morning.

According to police reports from earlier this year, Devlin was charged with three counts of theft after she allegedly stole from a business in downtown Coos Bay on the afternoon of May 22nd. Police say she was an "uncooperative shoplifter."