SANATOGA PA – An unknown number of debit cards recently used at the Turkey Hill Minit Market, 3051 E. High St., may have been compromised, according to an investigation now being conducted by the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department. The department is looking to talk with card holders who think they may have been affected, it reported Thursday (Dec. 21, 2017).
Det. Sgt. Joseph Campbell said the investigation so far focuses primarily on the Turkey Hill near the Sanatoga interchange of U.S. Route 422, and involves “multiple victims with multiple banks (who) have reported fraudulent activity on their accounts.”
The department’s media release about the investigation, distributed Thursday afternoon, did not specify how or when the cards might have been compromised. It also did not indicate if the affected accounts involved cards used at Turkey Hill’s automatic teller machine, its gas pumps, or inside the store. Card transactions are conducted at all three points.
As part of their active investigation, Campbell noted, department detectives hope to talk with “anyone who believes that their information may have been compromised at the Turkey Hill.” They are asked to contact their local police department; or call Lower Pottsgrove at 610-326-1508.
Campbell said the department would provide an update on the investigation once it’s completed.
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