4 Gas Station Skimming Devices Found at NW Lincoln Grocery Store

Four credit card scanning devices were found at a grocery store in northwest Lincoln, according to Lincoln police.

Capt. Todd Kocian said that on Monday around 12:30 a.m., officers went to the Super Saver at 840 Fallbrook Drive in reference to a report of fraud.

A Super Saver employee who attended the petrol pumps discovered four credit card skimming devices. Two of the pumps had the device mounted on the outside, while the other two had it mounted on the inside.

Police said the devices had been in place since May 30.

LPD urges citizens to monitor their credit and debit card transactions and to contact their financial institution immediately if they notice any suspicious activity.

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