Identity Theft, by Ann-Louise Truschel

The grey-haired man registered, took the elevator to his room, and waited for his bags to be delivered. The porter loaded the suitcases onto the trolley when a bag fell off and sprung open. The porter quickly replaced everything in the bag, except for the credit cards.

“He should know better than to leave credit cards in an unlocked bag,” the porter thought and immediately began charging expensive merchandise before the cards were missed.

But the charges were noticed by others looking for the grey-haired man.

“I knew we’d eventually locate him. Witness protection isn’t foolproof. He’s a dead man.”

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