Police: Two Skimming Scam Suspects Identified
Police still need help identifying a third suspect.
Lower Southampton Police have identified two of three suspects in an access device fraud investigation.
Police have still not identified the suspect on the far left wearing a white t-shirt in this photo.
Police originally reported that they believed that one of victim's credit cards were stolen during his time as a patient at Hahnemann University Hospital, however it was discovered later that victim's credit card info was skimmed from an ATM some where in Bucks County.
Detective Eric Landamia told Phillyburbs Monday said he anticipates filing arrest warrants for the men later this week. The two suspects, one of which Phillyburbs reported is the suspected ringleader, used the victim's credit card information to make purchases at multiple Target in Sewell and Deptford, New Jersey and in the Bridesburg section of Philadelphia;, a Wal-Mart on Roosevelt Boulevard in Philadelphia; and a Macys next to the Wal-Mart on March 14 and 15, as reported by police.
According to Phillyburbs, four victims have been identified at this point, three of which live in Bucks County and one in Northeast Philadelphia.
Landamia said that police suspect the skimming device may be located at a Lower Southampton area gas station ATM.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Landamia at 215 357-1235, ext 339, or firstname.lastname@example.org.