Police: Check For Fraud if You Ate at the Vineland Burger King
If you have eaten at the Burger King on Main Street in Vineland in the past month, police are suggesting you check your bank and credit card statements for possible fraud.
Vineland Police are investigating a juvenile female employee who was allegedly taking photos of customers' credit cards, then using the card numbers to make online purchases.
Here is a statement from the Vineland Police concerning the fraudulent activity.
Vineland Police Department Detective Bureau - Credit Card Theft Investigation
The Vineland Police Department is currently investigating a Credit Card Theft and Fraudulent Use of a Credit Card at 301 S. Main Rd. at the Burger King Restaurant.
On January 15th, officers were dispatched to the store in regard to a juvenile female employee photographing customer’s cards and then using this information to make purchases online.
This juvenile has been arrested and charged however we are currently asking anyone who may have made a purchase using a credit or debit card at this location over the past month to check their statements and report any fraudulent activity immediately.
The management of Burger King has been cooperative with the Police Department during this investigation. Several victims have been identified but it is believed that there are several more victims who have not discovered the fraudulent activity yet.
If you have any information about fraud at the Vineland Burger King, call Vineland Police at 856-691-4111 #4181.
Source: Vineland Police