Salina Police are investigating after another victim discovers her account information was stolen from a skimming device used at a Sunflower Bank drive up ATM.
Captain Mike Sweeney tells KSAL News that a Salina woman contacted police after noticing two withdrawals were made from her checking account from ATM’s in Ardmore, Oklahoma and an unnamed location in Mississippi.
Loss is just over $604.
Salina Police first learned about two suspected skimmers on July 9th, used at drive up ATMs at two Sunflower Bank locations in Salina; 2450 S. 9th and 2070 S. Ohio.
A skimmer is a device used to steal personal information. A thief attaches it to an ATM. The bank customer’s card slides through the skimmer first – then into the machine.
A chip inside the skimmer device records information about the account without the knowledge of the customer.
Police in Salina on Monday released a video, and two images captured on a bank security camera of a person placing the skimmer on the ATM at the bank location on South Ohio Street.
If you can identify the person in the video, or if you have any information concerning who committed this crime, call Crimestoppers at 825-TIPS, text SATIPS to CRIMES (274637), or visit Salina
Police Department and follow the Crimestoppers link to submit a web tip.
You may receive a cash reward of up to $1,000 and you are not required to give your name.