11 News first showed you pictures of a woman about a week ago. They're pictures from a Walmart surveillance camera.
Colorado Springs Police believe the woman is Andrew Everson's girlfriend.
Everson was arrested on Thursday in connection to several burglarized homes in the Rockrimmon neighborhood in which homeowner identities were stolen.
"I had bought 6 bananas that morning and a quart of juice. Four of the bananas were gone and the quart of juice was open," said Ralph who is a homeowner in the Rockrimmon neighborhood. Ralph said his home was broken into recently.
Even though police caught Andrew Everson through a Crimestoppers tip, investigators are still looking for one more person in connection with the burglaries and identity thefts.
A bank worker at the American National Bank near North Circle Dr. and East Galley Road tipped police off when Everson came into the bank to make a transaction. That's how detectives were able to track down Everson at his home where he was arrested.
As for those Walmart surveillance pictures, they show the woman, believed to be Everson's girlfriend, using a stolen credit card.
Police say they need to talk to her and need your help.
If you know the woman please call Crimestoppers at 634-STOP.
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