N.C. police allege mystery woman visited Decatur bank, used stolen credit info

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt January 8, 2014

Police in Waynesville, N.C. have contacted Decatur Police Department regarding a woman who allegedly withdrew money from the Decatur Bank of America branch using stolen credit card info.

The Police Department there provided several images from a security camera to Decatur Police, including this one:

Police in North Carolina are trying to identify the dark-haired woman in this photo who allegedly used fraudulently obtained information to make a transaction at the Bank of America in Decatur, Ga.

Police in North Carolina are trying to identify the dark-haired woman in this photo who allegedly used fraudulently obtained information to make a transaction at the Bank of America in Decatur, Ga.

Fox Carolina reported that the case stems from an investigation related to Bojangles fast food restaurants. Police said hackers were able to penetrate Bojangles’ computer system and steal customer credit card data.

Police allege that the woman in the photo used the credit information to make transactions at the Decatur Bank of America Branch and a DeKalb County branch.

“However, this was only two of many transactions using cloned cards all over Georgia, the U.S. and even some at international locations,” Decatur Police spokeswoman Sgt. Jennifer Ross said. “The investigation covers many jurisdictions.”

According to Fox Carolina, police there are asking anyone who can identify the woman to call 828-456-5363.

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