Police Searching For Persons Of Interest In Hurst ATM Skimmer TheftsPolice 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.
North Texas Law Enforcement Face Challenges In Catching Credit Card SkimmersGone are the days of suspects returning to the scene of the crime. Now criminals can park nearby, steal the data via Bluetooth, then drive away unseen.
I-Team Finds Hundreds Of Unsolved Skimmer Cases Across North TexasSecret Service agents have spotted a trend: older gas pumps with membrane keypads are more likely to be hit by skimmers.
PD Tests New Tool That Detects Credit Card SkimmersTwo graduate students have invented a device that slides into card reader slots and can detect if an ATM or gas pump has been compromised.
News Now: Postal Worker Shooting Death Update, Skimming At Dallas Gas StationThe postal worker who was shot and killed while driving has been identified. Dallas Police are also investigating an all too common crime: skimming.
Diesel Fuel Theft Ring Disrupted In North And East TexasThe suspects used stolen credit card information obtained with internal skimmers at gas pumps.
Beware At The Pump: Black Market Fuel Is Making MillionsA black market for diesel and gasoline has rapidly spread across the nation, with organized crime gangs using fraudulent credit cards to syphon millions of dollars in fuel from gas stations.
Irving Police Warn Consumers About Skimming MachinesIrving police are warning residents about skimming machines.
Card Skimmer Discovered On ATM, North Texans At RiskOnly on CBS 11, a crook accused of skimming an ATM for your bank card number.
North Texas RaceTrac Locations Part Of 'Skimming' TheftsNew York prosecutors say an identity theft ring stole credit and debit card numbers at gas stations in North Texas, Georgia, and the Carolinas. The crimes were part of an identity theft and money laundering operation that spanned the U.S.
Electronic Gas Pump Skimmer Gets 20 YearsA judge in Fort Worth has sentenced a man identified as a member of a California-based gang of electronic thieves to 20 years in prison for putting devices inside gasoline pumps to steal customers' debit and credit card information.