A New York City police detective holds a credit card skimmer used by a street gang to copy metadata from legitimate credit cards for use in the manufacture of counterfeit cards and possibly identity theft.
A New York City police detective holds a credit card skimmer used by a street gang to copy metadata from legitimate credit cards for use in the manufacture of counterfeit cards and possibly identity theft. Colleen Long Associated Press
A New York City police detective holds a credit card skimmer used by a street gang to copy metadata from legitimate credit cards for use in the manufacture of counterfeit cards and possibly identity theft. Colleen Long Associated Press

Kennewick suspects in elaborate card scheme indicted in federal court

December 22, 2015 06:52 PM

UPDATED December 23, 2015 06:55 AM

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