Cloned credit card used to ring up $800 in purchases

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MECHANICSBURG, Pa.– Mechanicsburg Police say cloned a credit card was used to ring up over $800 in purchases at stores throughout the area. The card was used at the Turkey Hill in Hummelstown, the Giant in Hummelstown, the Giant in Camp Hill and the Rite Aid in Camp Hill. But the owner of the card the purchases were charged to had her credit card the whole time, according to police. Several people have been identified as persons of interest in the investigation. Police also say the people they are looking for were seen in a black vehicle, possibly an Infiniti SUV or Crossover.


Anyone with information on this investigation is asked to contact Mechaniscburg Police at 717-691-3300.

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