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Have you seen this man? Hoover PD looking to question individual after skimming device was found on ATM machine

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports

HOOVER — Police in Hoover are looking to question an individual in reference to a card skimming device that was found on an ATM machine at America’s First Credit Union on Highway 280.

Police said that the device was discovered on Feb. 2 and that investigators are looking to question an individual whose picture was captured by surveillance cameras.

Under Alabama State Law, a person commits the crime of Encoded data fraud (Felony 13A-8-113) by:

“Knowingly and with the intent to commit an unlawful act or to defraud, possessing a scanning device; or knowingly and with intent to commit an unlawful act or defraud, using or attempting to use a scanning device to access, read, obtain, memorize, or store, temporarily or permanently, information encoded on an identification document by means of magnetic strip, integrated circuit, or radio frequency identification tag without the permission of the authorized user or issuer of the identification document.”

If you recognize this person, or know anything about him or this case, please contact Hoover Detective James Davis at (205) 444-7624. You can also leave an anonymous tip via the website: http://www.hooverpd.com/submit-a-tip.php

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