Police say they found a skimming device on an ATM in Daytona Beach Shores Sunday. Public Safety Department spokesperson Detective Sergeant Michael Fowler says the device was found at a Presto ATM outside Publix at 3050 South Atlantic Avenue Sunday morning. Police inspected the ATM after a call from Publix management, and found it contained a card reader and electronic memory, which can be used to store credit card and personal identification numbers. Afterwards, such information can be used to make cloned credit cards.
Police urge anyone who used the ATM between 9 Saturday morning and 9 Sunday morning to notify their bank that their account may have been compromised. A suspect has been identified from camera photos in the area, and is described as a Hispanic male in his 20’s.
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