A US woman has been arrested for fraud after allegedly lying on her income tax return to claim a $2.1 million refund.
Krystle Marie Reyes allegedly used tax preparation software to claim reported wages of $3 million before receiving a debit card with the full $2.1 million refund amount, the Oregonian reports.
The Salem, Oregon, woman then allegedly spent over $150,000 from late February to early May.
The full extent of her purchases are not known, but a Marion County Sheriff's report alleged Reyes spent $2800 on a caravan, new tyres and wheels.
Reyes has been charged with aggravated theft and computer crime.
It is believed to be the largest fraud case in the state's history.