(Denver-AP) -- Federal airport security officials in Denver say they may have identified the woman responsible for causing a security breach at Denver International Airport that stranded more than 15,000 travelers for more than two hours.
Patrick Ahlstrom of the Transportation Security Administration says the agency got a tip and have two driver's license photos of a woman who resembles the images captured by a camera August 26th.
Ahlstrom says officials plan to meet with the woman even if she was not a scheduled passenger. The suspect had lifted a nylon tape at a screening gate, gathered her luggage and left.
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