A man cloned the debit cards of two people to withdraw thousands in cash from Queens ATMs earlier this year, police said.
The suspect allegedly took out a total of $2,700 from a Ridgewood Savings Banks in Queens on June 11 and June 24.
The victims, a 28-year-old Queens woman and a 61-year-old Staten Island woman, were in possession of their debit cards at time of the withdrawals, police said.
When a debit or credit card is cloned, a person obtains the card’s electronic information, often using a skimming device, and copies it onto a fake card.
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