Jennifer McCall and Mamudu Barrie / Photos, Westport Police Department

WESTPORT — A New York woman and male accomplice face charges after they were caught in an alleged scheme to withdraw $10,000 from a local bank account using fake identification.

Jennifer McCall, 38, of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Mamudu Barrie, 29, of Bronx, N.Y., were arrested last week at a local bank office on a series of criminal offenses.

The incident took place about 12:50 p.m. Nov. 1 at the M&T Bank office, 361 Post Road East, when officers were dispatched to investigate a report of a possible larceny in process.

Bank officials told police that a woman, later identified as McCall, was trying to make a withdrawal of $10,000 using what they said was a false ID, according to the report.

McCall was using a Maryland driver’s license for a woman named Tonya Black, police said, and also was unable to provide a number for the bank account from which she was trying to withdraw money.

After McCall was detained, officers investigating the case discovered Barrie waiting for McCall in a nearby parking lot, where police identified him as a possible accomplice. He also was in possession of marijuana that police said was packaged for sale.

McCall was charged with third-degree conspiracy to commit larceny, third-degree criminal attempt at larceny, third-degree forgery, criminal impersonation and third-degree identity theft.

Barrie was charged with third-degree conspiracy to commit larceny, third-degree forgery and sale of a controlled substance.

Both are scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 15 at state Superior Court in Stamford.