A New Jersey man is behind bars, charged with using a mirror to look up women’s skirts at a Target store.
Christine Nunes, 37, of Lynbrook left the 3-year-old girl in the backseat of a locked 2006 Dodge Caravan while she went inside a Target store, where she stole several items, police said.
A hospital employee has been charged with identity theft. The woman was allegedly targeting weak and vulnerable patients who had been left in her care.
Police in a Texas town initially said a man arrested in December may be linked to the data breach that plagued Target stores nationwide, but authorities later reported that there was no apparent link.
Waitress Brittany Louis, 24, was arrested at the restaurant on Thursday for allegedly stealing credit card information from customers for three months with a simple skimmer device, detectives said.
The snow piling up on roofs across northern New Jersey has business owners, homeowners and officials concerned for people’s safety.
John Mulligan, executive vice president and chief financial officer at Target, said the retailer has taken actions to shore up security following the massive breach of millions of consumers’ data.
Credit card information stolen in the Target data breach apparently has hit the market.
An email sent to the roughly 70 million Target customers who may have been affected by a pre-Christmas data breach is causing panic among those who fear it could be an attempt to victimize them again.
It just keeps getting worse for Kellen Winslow Jr. The Jets tight end was allegedly found in possession of synthetic marijuana back on Nov. 19 — and now there are more details about his run-in with the law.
The report was published Thursday by a global cyber intelligence firm that works with the U.S. Secret Service and the Department of Homeland Security.
There was no immediate word on how many customers may have been affected.
Target’s pre-Christmas security breach was significantly more extensive and affected millions more shoppers than the company reported last month.
The nation’s second-largest discount retailer said Tuesday that an unidentified number of gift cards sold over the holidays were not properly activated.
Target had previously claimed that its customers’ PIN information had not been breached.