HURST (CBSDFW.COM) — Police in one North Texas city are looking for two men who they are calling ‘persons of interest’ in hundreds of credit union ATM debit/credit card skimmer thefts.

Police say the skimmer was found at the Educational Employees Credit Union (EECU) in the 1600 block of Campus Drive in Hurst.

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Investigators with the Hurst Police Department are now circulating photos of two men — one taken by a surveillance camera on February 8, the other on February 22.

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Police need help identifying and locating the men who they say used a credit card skimmer to capture several hundred credit card and pin numbers. As it stands, several customers have reported fraudulent activity on their accounts.

(credit: Hurst Police Department)

The suspects were seen driving a silver-colored Honda minivan. When the vehicle was at the credit union it did not have a front license plate.

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Anyone who can identify either of the men or who has any information about the crimes is asked to call Hurst police at 817-788-7171 or send an email to Detective Hobbs.