2 suspected of trying to affix card-copying device to ATM

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March 4, 2010 12:49

 
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Two men have been arrested on Ramat Gan’s Haroe Street after allegedly being caught trying to affix a device to a cash machine in order to copy the codes from people’s bank cards and withdraw money from their accounts, police said Thursday.

The suspects, aged 31 and 26, were arrested after an undercover operation involving banks and credit card companies.

They were also caught in possession of a stolen motorbike.

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