MIAMI —A former North Jersey woman who police said stole a man's money, jewelry and a watch at the end of the evening is a suspect in several other similar cases.

Yomna Fouad (Miami Police)

Yomna Fouad, a member of the Jefferson High School class of 2014, went to the hotel room with Alain Rene Galette after they met at a club in March, according to the Miami Herald. Miami Police told the newspaper that after the 31-year-old woke up, he discovered she was gone along with his gold Rolex watch and a rope chain, both valued at more than $26,000. Also gone was cash and other items worth another $4,000.

Fouad is a suspect in up to 10 similar cases from New York to Florida, according to WTVJ-TV.

WPLG-TV reported that Miami connected her to a similar case in May 2016 when a $46,000 Rolex was stolen from a man, and again in September 2016 when a $87,000 Audermars watch was stolen, both under similar circumstances.

Galette told the Miami Herald he went "from club to club looking for her" and located Fouad on Saturday. She was arrested and charged with identification fraud, grand theft, and solicitation. Fouad told the judge at a court appearance on Monday she is a prostitute.

Fouad is being held pending $50,000 bail.

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