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Fargo police investigating credit card skimming operation

FARGO, N.D. (AP) -- Authorities in North Dakota's largest city are warning of a credit card skimming operation. Fargo police say the case may go back to January 2016 and it likely involves multiple suspects. Citizens are being encouraged to monit...

FARGO, N.D. (AP) - Authorities in North Dakota's largest city are warning of a credit card skimming operation.

Fargo police say the case may go back to January 2016 and it likely involves multiple suspects. Citizens are being encouraged to monitor their credit or debit card activity for any authorized charges.

Police in November said that suspect who obtained information from a similar operation in the Aberdeen, South Dakota, area was using the information to make various purchases in Fargo.

That case involved a concealed skimming device found inside a gas pump at an Aberdeen convenience store.

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