Mobile police declared a rise of credit card fraud cases in the city

Metro Briefs: Credit card fraud cases on increase

On Tuesday Mobile police declared a rise of credit card fraud cases in the city because of the people leaving their belongings -- such as purses and wallets -- unattended. The police called upon to the public to keep an eye on their valuable things.

Mobile police spokesman Officer John Young said that lately a number of the stolen credit cards, checkbooks and other valuables has risen, becoming a reason of more credit card fraud.

Young added that the public is asked to to keep constant supervision of their belongings or keep them in a secure place.



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