NYPD charge 111 in $13 million identity theft ring

10/9/2011 | Washington Post, The · Reuters

Police charged 111 people Friday, including restaurant and retail workers and bank tellers accused of being part of a $13 million identity theft ring. Crime bosses hired workers to skim credit card information, which was used to create new cards that "shoppers" would use on weekly sprees at stores including Macy's, Gucci and Best Buy. Most of the merchandise, including a significant number of Apple computers, was resold overseas.

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