Sudbury: Police urge caution after device found on ATM
POLICE are urging people to be vigilant when using ATMs after a card reader device was found on a machine in Sudbury.
The device was found on the machine outside a supermarket in Station Road at 3.15pm yesterday.
The device has since been removed and police are not aware of any victims.
Officers are advising people to check ATMs thoroughly before use and alert the branch immediately, or contact police, if they find anything suspicious.
It is also sensible to cover the keypad with your hand check your bank accounts regularly to prevent yourself falling victim to other types of ATM fraud.
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Visit www.financialfraudaction.org.uk for more information on types of card fraud, including tips on how to prevent it happening to you.
Anyone who feels they may have been the victim of fraud should contact their banks immediately. If you have any information relating to this incident, contact PC Andrew Green on 101.
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