Police late Wednesday were searching for three suspects who stole PIN and debit card numbers using skimming machines and video cameras they installed on ATMs on Staten Island.
Two men were charged Thursday with using a skimming device to capture credit numbers and create fraudulent cards – resulting in losses of $9,000 to multiple banks.
In April Valer Zaharia pleaded guilty to third-degree grand larceny and fourth-degree conspiracy.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority police on Monday were reminding Long Island Rail Road customers to watch out while buying tickets at vending machines.
Imagine thieves draining your bank account, and the bank accusing you of being in on the heist.
Seven people were indicted Wednesday on charges of stealing credit card information from customers at the Midtown parking garage.
Two men are accused of stealing the credit card information from unsuspecting ATM customers on Long Island.
Police say five men connected to an Eastern European organized crime ring have been arrested. They are believed to be targeting ATM machines in affluent neighborhoods.
The waiters worked at Smith & Wollensky and Wolfgang’s Steakhouse, among other spots, according to Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr.
Three men and one woman were charged with grand larceny, unlawful possession of personal identification information and computer crimes after stealing more than $200,000.