For the second time in two months, Southborough Police are alerting the public about card skimmers discovered in town.
This time, the alert is again for customers of a gas station in town. But this time, it was on the ATM. for customers who used the ATM at the Cumberland Farms. According to the press release, it seems the period of biggest concern is January 27 – 28.
In early December, police notified residents that a skimmer was discovered on a gas pump at the Mobile Station.
Here is the full statement:
The Southborough Police Department would like to alert the public of the discovery of a credit card skimming device located at the inside Citizens Bank ATM machine at the Cumberland Farms located at 365 Turnpike Road, on January 28th, at approximately 9 p.m.
The device was located attached to the outside of the machine by a customer who alerted the Manager. The machine had been previously checked by employees approximately thirty-six hours prior without a problem.
Customers using the machine during this time period should alert their banking or credit card company. The incident remains an active investigation. Anyone having further information should contact Detective Keith Nichols at (508) 485-2121.
Kenneth M. Paulhus Chief of Police 12/9/2016